Key Stage 5 Sociology

The opportunity to live a long and healthy life remains unequal. Who you are, and where you are from, can put you at a higher risk of disease and illness. The association between people’s socio-economic position and their health has persisted despite significant improvements in living standards and health across the world.

Designed by PhD researchers, the resources below will enable you to develop your academic skills while exploring the study of Sociology at university level. The contents will include data sources, activities, further reading and subject-specific writing techniques. Check out the links below to get started!

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Final Reflection & Uni Skills

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