Sociology

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Sociology is an exciting and illuminating field of study that analyses and explains important matters in our personal lives, our communities, and the world.

Cardiff & Vale Tutors offers tuition in Sociology at Advanced and undergraduate level.

Cardiff & Vale tuition in Sociology allows students  the opportunity to develop an understanding of changing British society as well as opportunities to learn about sociological methods and research.

Cardiff & Vale Sociology tutors are specialist examiners and experienced local teachers. Sociology is important as it can be used to support vocational studies such as health and social care, nursing and social work. The course can also  lead to a career in criminology or law.

Students study topics that include:

  • families, youth culture, the community,
  • education, religion, mass media,
  • crime, politics, health and
  • disability, social divisions and world sociology.

Cardiff & Vale tutors put an emphasis on skills which will  allow students  to develop and demonstrate their ‘sociological imagination’ by focusing on their own personal identity, responsibilities and roles within society.

 

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