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It is preparation for this type of question which may enable you to answer aquestion on another board from this perspective. g. ' What do you understand by this claim? How adequate is it as an explanation of the role of contemporary educational institutions? (JMB) To answer questions on this topic you must: (a) know a definition of the sociology of knowledge (b) be able to explain its significance and meaning (c) be able to refer to some examples of analysis undertaken using these ideas (especially from a Marxist and a phenomenological perspective) (d) be familiar with some of the strengths and weaknesses of the perspectives.
The interactionist, although using interpretive methods, could argue that seeing the world through the eyes of those studied avoids the danger of introducing one's own values. Behaviour is understood in terms ofthe interpretations ofthe other person. This kind of study also remains value free. 1. An ideology is aset of beliefs and values which provide aperson with away of interpreting the world. Sociologists must have theirs like anyone else. This is bound to influence them. 2. Their own values will influence: a.
D) To provide for those who fall into hard times as a result of factors beyond their own control. 2 The welfare state: analysis of issues in terms of different perspectives and theories: functionalist, Marxist and Weberian. 3 The welfare state and the family. ITHE AIMS OF THE WELFARE STATE Why was the welfare state introduced in Britain? Have the main aims been achieved? Assess the contribution of the welfare state in achieving equality in Britain. To answer these types of question which test a general understanding of the aims, structure and consequences of the welfare state you need to know: (a) something ofits origins (b) some of the organising legislation (c) some studies, statistics etc.
Advanced Sociology by P. L. Selfe (auth.)