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  • Sociology Factsheet: 33. How and Why do Sociologists use Questionnaires?

    Sociology Factsheet: 33. How and Why do Sociologists use Questionnaires?

      A lot of information about society is collected through questionnaires including information on crime and deviance, education, health, family roles etc. This Factsheet focuses o...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 34. Is there too much violence in the media?

    Sociology Factsheet: 34. Is there too much violence in the media?

      This is more difficult to define than the media and is often taken for granted and not operationalised by commentators on media influences. The main definitions as they are actually ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 35. Poverty in Britain

    Sociology Factsheet: 35. Poverty in Britain

      This Factsheet provides a sociological update on poverty in Britain today. It focuses upon relative poverty but also brings the issue of absolute poverty right up to date. How povert...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 36. Decline of the Family?

    Sociology Factsheet: 36. Decline of the Family?

      Evidence for changes in marriage and divorce According to government statistics, first marriages numbered 621,100 in 1961 and declined to 345,000 in 2005. There were also fewer ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 37. The Widening Gap between Rich and Poor

    Sociology Factsheet: 37. The Widening Gap between Rich and Poor

      This Factsheet summarises the debate about the gap that exists between the rich and poor in Britain. Divisions between the social classes were once a particular concern in sociology,...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 38. Sociological research: Secondary and Primary data

    Sociology Factsheet: 38. Sociological research: Secondary and Primary data

      What is primary data? What is secondary data?The aim of this Factsheet is to identify and analyse the use of secondary and primary data in Sociology, specifically: • the different w...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 39. Patterns & Trends in Wealth & Income Distribution

    Sociology Factsheet: 39. Patterns & Trends in Wealth & Income Distribution

      Ask yourself the following questions? • What is wealth? • What is income? • Why do inequalities in wealth and income still exist in contemporary Britain? The aims of th...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 40. Who Provides Welfare?

    Sociology Factsheet: 40. Who Provides Welfare?

      Ask yourself the following: • What is welfare? • Who needs welfare? • Who provides it? The aims of this Factsheet are to answer the above questions by exploring the dif...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 41. Nature and distribution of mental illness

    Sociology Factsheet: 41. Nature and distribution of mental illness

      Mental illness is very common. About one in four people in Britain have this diagnosis, but there is a great deal of controversy about what it is, what causes it, and how people can ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 42. Use of Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection Methods in Sociology

    Sociology Factsheet: 42. Use of Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection Methods in Sociology

      This Factsheet outlines issues relating to the use of quantitative and qualitative data in Sociology specifically: • The different types of qualitative and quantitative research me...

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