• Sociology
    INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY COURSE CODE: SOC 101 COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Sociology COURSE DESCRIPTION: This foundational course introduces students to the nature of sociology, the development of the discipline (both internationally and within the Caribbean). It focuses on career options...
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  • CAPE syllabus
    CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination® CAPE® SOCIOLOGY SYLLABUS Effective for examinations from May–June 2014 CXC A27/U2/13 Published by the Caribbean Examinations Council All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in...
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  • How Would You Characterise the Contemporary Caribbean, Taking Into Consideration the Issues of Inequality, Multi-Culturalism and Poverty.
    Question: How would you characterise the contemporary Caribbean, taking into consideration the issues of inequality, multi-culturalism and poverty. Often enough the Caribbean is portrayed as the untouched paradise, with its’ crystallised waters, hidden getaways and lavish landscapes with enriched...
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  • Sociology
    Welcome to Cape Sociology This website originated out of the need for students to gain deeper understanding of cape sociology, without being daunted by the seemingly insurmountable loads of theories and theorists. We trust that with this interactive tool, students and teachers alike would benefit, by...
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  • Fertility Control
    “Fertility control is the key to the development of less developed countries like those of the Caribbean”. Critically assess the above statement in relation to any two named countries. To begin, firstly fertility or fertility rate must first be understood. Fertility rate is “the actual level...
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  • Conclusion for I
    C OUN CIL REPORT ON CANDIDATES’ WORK IN THE CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION MAY/JUNE 2008 SOCIOLOGY Copyright © 2008 Caribbean Examinations Council ® St Michael, Barbados All rights reserved 2 CARIBBEAN STUDIES CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION MAY/JUNE 2008 ...
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  • Longitudinal Studies
    observational study which involves repeated observations over long periods of time, sometimes even decades. Longitudinal studies are often used in Sociology to observe changes in life times or through generations. Longitudinal studies can also be used to study change in the lives of organisations and institutions...
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  • Family Life Cycle
    other words the family unit experiences different stage throughout the life span. Psychologist Erik Erikson discussed the Psycho-social Stages of Development, he targeted the cycle of life that an individual experiences. (Erikson 1968) He starts at infancy and moves straight to senesce, which describes...
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  • Sociology for Caribbean Students by Naseer Mustapha
    Sociology for Caribbean Students NASSER MUSTAPHA P Ian Randle Publisher R nLntou • ,Minrni First published in Jamaica, 2009 by an Randle Publishers II Cunningham Avenue tons 686 Kingston 6 w W v.. unrandlcpublishers.con 9 2009, Nasser Musrapha Revised in 2009 National Library afJamaica...
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  • Social Order
    Discuss the role of primary and secondary groups in the maintenance of social order and the emergence of deviance in Caribbean societies. Through the evolution of sociology as a discipline, several ‘big questions’ have dominated discourse in the subject. Such questions surround how social order is...
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  • Plantation Society and Creolization
    ‘self-image is the key to human personality and human behaviour. Change the self image and you change the personality and the behaviour. (Maxwell Maltz) Sociology is a systematic way of studying the social world. It seeks to discover the causes and effects of intercommunication and interaction that in social...
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  • Caribbean Studies Essay
    Colour and Ethnic affiliation play in Caribbean Society and Culture Subject: Caribbean Studies ...
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  • Uwi Handbook 2009
    Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work Social Work (Special) Demography (Major) Labour and Employment Studies (Major) Psychology (Major) Social Anthropology (Major) Social Policy and Development (Major) Sociology (Major) Criminology (Minor) Demography (Minor) Human Resource Development (Minor)...
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  • Globalisation
    that will continue to shape the future of most nations (Andersen, Taylor, 2011 p.230). Since societies and social groups had been studied in the Caribbean by sociologists, they had noticed that one’s culture, race, beliefs, traditions, and many more aspects, have been somewhere similar in many other...
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  • social stratication
    the View that the system of social stratification developed in the Pre-emancipation period remains largely unchanged in the Caribbean today. Social Stratification can be defined as “a particular form of social inequality. It refers to the presence of social groups which are...
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  • Sociology
    Kerone Davis Sociology 12A3 Discuss the historical factors that influence the development of Caribbean culture. According to Tylor “Culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, law, morals, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society...
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  • Sociology Essay
    Name: Shammoy Brown Subject: Sociology Date: October 21, 2012 Grade: 13A June 2006: “Population Control is the key to the development of Caribbean countries”. Assess this claim with reference to any named Caribbean country. (25 marks) Population Control speaks to a government policy attempting...
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  • Sociology
    higher grades were related to perseverance, consistency, dependability and punctuality. Far from living up to the liberal ideal of encouraging self-development, the American education system was creating an unimaginative and unquestioning workforce which could be easily manipulated by employers. They claimed...
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  • Is There a Problem with Inequality in British Schools?
    expectation of achieving than girls did. However, recent studies have suggested this has now reversed. For example: Social trends 1999 (cited in Sociology, a global introduction, page 644) states that “In 1970-71 males outnumbered females in higher education by at least 2:1; by 1996-97 females outnumbered...
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  • Convention on the Rights of the Child
    implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the Caribbean was met with the issue of parental resistance. The concept of children's rights was characterised as foreign to parents. The critical traits valued in the Caribbean are obedience and mannerliness. As a result, the concept of Children's...
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