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High School Cambridge AICE Sociology I AS Level

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Cambridge International AS Level Sociology encourages learners to think sociologically about contemporary social, cultural, and political issues. Students will develop knowledge of terms, theories, methods, and research needed for the study of sociology, an understanding of continuity and change in social life, an understanding of the range and limitations of sociological theory, and critical thinking skills required for further study. Finally, students will also develop the ability to interpret, apply, analyze, and evaluate sociological research in preparation for the Cambridge AICE AS Level Sociology exam.

Segment One

Module 01 - Socialization and Social Identity

  • Introduction to Socialization and Social Identity
  • Sociology 101
  • Sociological Perspectives
  • Socialization and Social Identity Forum
  • Process of Learning and Socialization
  • Social Control, Conformity, and Resistance
  • Social Identity and Change

Module 02 - Research Methods

  • Introduction to Research Methods
  • Research Methods Forum
  • Data and Methods
  • Research Design
  • Approaches to Sociological Research
  • Research Issues

Module 03 - Segment One Review and Exam Preparation

Segment Two

Module 04 - Theories of the Family

  • Introduction to Theories of the Family
  • Sociology 101, Part 2
  • Theories of the Family Forum
  • Perspectives on the Role of the Family
  • Diversity and Social Change
  • Perspectives on Family Diversity

Module 05 - Family Roles

  • Introduction to Family Roles
  • Family Roles Forum
  • Gender Equality and Family Life
  • Gender Equality in the Home
  • Sociology of Childhood
  • Role of Parents and Grandparents

Module 06 - Segment Two Review and Exam Preparation