• 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...
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  • CAPE syllabus
    , orientation and skills for understanding society in general and Caribbean Society in particular. The syllabus introduces students to theories and research methods of sociology, the sociological perspective and the processes of social structural change with specific emphasis on the development and...
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  • How Would You Characterise the Contemporary Caribbean, Taking Into Consideration the Issues of Inequality, Multi-Culturalism and Poverty.
    . nd . World System Theory. In Sociology for Caribbean Students Development and Social Change. Nasser Mustapha.2006: Ian Randle Publishers, pp. 203-204. The contemporary Caribbean is shaped by its historical background and may continue to be shaped by it. Its complexity and characteristics can...
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  • Sociology
    those in the Caribbean. It introduces them to the knowledge of the theories and basic research methods of Sociology, the sociological perspective, and the processes of social structural change with specific emphasis on the development and modernization of societies.” Sociology Basics Sociology as...
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  • Fertility Control
    level of childbearing of an individual or population.” (Oxford Dictionary of Sociology, pg. 254). Fertility control is seen as a method which “ensures development by limiting the quantity of natural, financial and other resources to be spent on the economically inactive.” (Sociology for Caribbean...
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  • Conclusion for I
    CARI BB E AN E XA MINA TIONS 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...
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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...
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  • Uwi Handbook 2009
    Change Identity and Conduct in the Dancehall Culture Gender and Development in Caribbean Society A Survey of World Prehistory Violence and Development Pre-requisites PHIL1003 (PH10C) SOCI1002 (SY14G) and one other sociology course None Any 2 social science courses Any Level I course in...
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  • Longitudinal Studies
    attrition. Taken Directly journal.lww.com Purpose: Caribbean-educated physicians play an important role in the United States. The purpose of this study was to investigate medical school development in the Caribbean, concentrating on performance trends of Caribbean-educated physicians over the past...
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  • Caribbean Studies Essay
    on the plantation. Mustapha (2009) posits that “The plantation played the principal role in the development of Caribbean culture.” Indeed there are remnants of Plantation Society in present Caribbean, especially if one examines our class system. According to www.capesociology.org (n.d) “Academics...
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  • Family Life Cycle
    Caribbean these development stages are observed especially within the labor market. In Trinidad and Tobago for instance we have strict labor laws, a child under the age of sixteen is not permitted by the laws of the land to seek employment. the child within this age group falls under Erikson's...
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  • Plantation Society and Creolization
    , 2008. (n.d.). Jamaica Gleaner News Online. Retrieved June 22, 2013, from http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20080803/lead/lead7. Shapiro, N., 7 & Goldstein, J. 91996). The Oxford study dictionary. New York: Oxford University Press Sociology for the Caribbean. Sociological Perspectives...
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  • Globalisation
    , mercantilism, plantation systems and centuries of rivalry and wars that suppressed the development of the Caribbean (Tyehimba, 2006, para. 1 & 2).  The challenge of the Caribbean in maintaining its cultural identity is a consequence of globalization and its influential global norms...
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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...
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  • social stratication
    education. Therefore the stratification system developed in the pre emancipation has evolved and continues to change in the Caribbean today. REFERENCES Caribbean Stratification. Cape Sociology. www.capesociology.org/…bbean-stratification- 38.html Gidden, A.2001. Class Statification and...
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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...
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  • Sociology
    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 that the hidden...
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  • : Social Institutions-Family, Education and Religion
    requirements for a Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination Unit One Sociology Award. 2. Obtain data related to the analysis of the hypothesis: “Students attending Jamaican Co-educational schools are more socially competent than students attending Same-sex schools.” OBJECTIVES: To...
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  • Is There a Problem with Inequality in British Schools?
    (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 males.” One reason why this may have shifted is because the inequality gap is getting smaller as there is now more expectation on...
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  • Convention on the Rights of the Child
    Rights in the Caribbean. UNICEF Caribbean Area office. 8. UNICEF Caribbean Area Office in collaboration with the Department of Government, Sociology and Social Work, UWI, Cave Hill Campus. (March 2000). The Rights of the Child and the Caribbean Experience. UNICEF....
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