Revised and updated edition of this comprehensive introduction to the world of sociology incorporating key contemporary issues, with particular reference to the Irish perspective. * New to this edition: * Reflects the new FETAC Level 5 social studies component specification (5N1370) * Presents the most recent statistics relevant to the area of sociology * Provides a basic understanding of a person's position as an individual as well as part of a family, a community and the wider society * Promotes reflective and investigative exploration on current social issues * Presents strategies for study and preparation for examinations, including note-taking skills and revision methods. * Introduces the process and agents of socialisation by analysing family peer groups, education, the media and their impact. * Introduces and examines social stratification in Irish society. * Discusses discrimination and its impact on individuals and society. * Examines the role and function of the family and how the structure of the family has developed in recent times. * Details methods of research and social investigation to include survey methods, observation skills, documenting, referencing, and analysis and presentation of findings. Written For: Students taking the FETAC Level 5 Social Studies component (5N1370) as part of the following major awards: Intellectual Disability Practice (5M1761) Early Childhood Care and Education (5M2009) Applied Social Studies (5M2181) Journalism (5M2464) Community Care (5M2786) Community Development (5M3050) Healthcare Support (5M4339) Nursing Studies (5M4349) Community Health Services (5M4467) Community Health Services (5M4468) Youth Work (5M4732) Also suitable for those studying BTEC and HETAC subjects within the fields of Social Science and Healthcare.
224 pages.3rd Revised Edition
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Date of Publication: 01/04/2014