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  1. 1 hour 100 % or referred to intervention sessions Thursday F1 4.15-5.15 Mastery learning test

  2. Essay Feedback Main focus should have been how the subculture you chose differs from mainstream culture • Interesting choice of subcultures  • Covered main elements – music, clothing, language, norms, values, beliefs, customs...  • Sociological terms   • Misreading question  • Internet use! 

  3. Tracking sheet • Record your mark /10 in the first section of your tracking sheet • Store this in the assessment section of your folder • I will let you know your TMG’s as soon as I am sent them

  4. Functionalism essay • Write essay title onto your new essay feedback sheet • Complete your targets • On your homework sheet complete the glossary using your sociology dictionaries Outline and evaluate the functionalist view of society


  6. Sociology Blog- • • All power points and key homework's will be uploaded here!!!! • Use it to help you !!!

  7. East London Hipsters- Subculture • Watch this clip, do you know anyone that belongs to this subculture... •

  8. Recap functionalism Outline the main arguments of Marxist sociologists Marxism

  9. Recap of functionalism - starter • Blockbusters • C – What C refers to the name of a Functionalist sociologist • OA -What OA refers to the comparison made by functionalists between society and the human body. • P What P refers to the name of a Functionalist sociologist • S-What refers to the type of theory functionalism is – society controls people as though they were puppets • C- What C refers to the functionalist view that all elements of society work together and society works well • VC – What VC refers to the agreement functionalist believe people have on what is important and so how to behave • F- The agent of primary socialisation, functionalists compare to the heart. • SS- what SS do functionalists believe exists between members of society when everyone shares the same norms, values & beliefs. • SO- what SO do functionalists believe is instilled through socialisation as well as forms of social control e.g. the police.

  10. Differences Marxism Vs Functionalism What they have in common Both view society as a structure Society shapes the behaviour and ideas of individuals Conflict of interests – Marxists reject the view that society if harmonious – see it as based on conflict of interests between social classes Marxists don’t see society as stable and stress the possibility of sudden, revolutionary change.

  11. Read your handout • Getting you thinking • Discuss the questions It was this inequality that forms the basis of Marxism

  12. Social class • Marxists argue the conflict in society is between the Upper class (Bourgeoisie) and the working class (Proletariat)

  13. Upper Class - (Bourgeoisie) Upper class – Owners of the ‘means of production’ – the way to make money usually by producing goods for sale E.g. factory owners • What stereotypes are there about upper class people in British society today?

  14. Working Class - (Proletariat) • What stereotypes are there about working class people in British society today? Working class people who worked for the upper class – in their factories or homes. E.G factory workers

  15. How does this relate to us? • Handout

  16. Marxism • You tube clip

  17. Marx’s ideas • 1818-83 • He saw the harm being done by industrial society and the promise of progress to a better world that is held. • Thought it was possible to understand society scientifically – scientific socialism

  18. Not just a theorist • Marx was not just a theorist, he was also a revolutionary socialist. • “Philosophers have merely interpreted the world; the point, however, is to change it.” • After his death , Marx’s ideas came to form the basis of communism – a political movement that was influential in shaping the modern world.

  19. Key terms snake

  20. Marxism • Read through your handout • Read through your handout again and select one sentence from each paragraph and write it onto your summary sheet.

  21. Marxism • Read through your handout again and highlight all they key sociological terms • Add them to your Sociology Dictionaries • Complete the definitions for each, use the handout & discuss on your tables.

  22. Marxism Missing vowels • Read through and complete the words to give you a summary of Marxism • How does it compare?

  23. Draw around your hand

  24. Lesson 2)

  25. Marxism • Recap on the main elements of Marxist theory • Analyse criticisms of Marxist theory • Check understanding of key terminology What is wrong with Marxist theory?

  26. Recap – Backs to the board • 2 volunteers please

  27. Conflict theory

  28. Structural theory

  29. Proletariat

  30. Bourgeoisie

  31. Inequality

  32. Capitalism

  33. Ideology

  34. False class consciousness

  35. Means of production

  36. Meritocratic

  37. Legitimate

  38. Karl Marx

  39. Criticisms of Marxism CLASS • Marx’s view that class is the only important division in society is simplistic (too simple) • Weber argues status and power can also be sources of inequality • Feminists argue that gender is a more important source of inequality • Marx’s 2 class model is too simplistic, class can be sub-divided into many different classes • eg -underclass, unskilled working class, skilled working class, lower middle class, upper middle class... • Class polarisation (separation) has not occurred – the middle class has grown.

  40. Criticisms of Marxism ECONOMIC DETERMINISM • Marxism is criticised for focusing only on economic factors as the cause of the inequality in society, this is called economic determinism Marx’s predictions of a revolution have not come true, there have been not revolutions in Western Europe or North America only less economically developed countries such as Russia in 1917

  41. Criticisms of Marxism - Summary • Like functionalism, Marxism has been accused of ignoring freedom of choice – weare not brainwashed by the ideology (ideas) of the bourgeoisie

  42. Criticisms of Marxism - Summary • Oppositional subcultures can exist within the capitalist system- punks, mods, skinheads symbolic resistance to society (but this is temporary) not the brainwashed individuals Marx describes.

  43. Criticisms of Marxism - Summary • Too much emphasis on conflict- despite its inequalities capitalism has managed to improve the standard of living for most people.

  44. Splat!

  45. Sociology Blog- • • All power points and key homework's will be uploaded here!!!! • Use it to help you !!!

  46. If you haven’t got 100% You have been referred to compulsory intervention session Tomorrow -Thursday F1 4.15-5.15 This is a requirement of the course Mastery learning test –Record on your tracking sheet

  47. Sociology intervention; • Thursday F1 • 4.15 – 5.15 • Will was away last week but will be there expecting you all tomorrow • I have given her a list and she will take a register LUNCH TIME WORKSHOP TOMORROW FOR ANY QUESTIONS

  48. FUNCTIONALISM ESSAYS DUE!!!! attach coversheet before you hand it in... FOLDER CHECKS TOMORROW!!! Everyone!!!