Tag Archives: households

Analyse two ways in which migration has affected household structures (10)

This question cam up as part of the families and households option in A level sociology paper 2 (topics in sociology), June 2017. Item C In the 1950s, most immigrants into the United Kingdom came from Commonwealth countries such as … Continue reading

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AQA A-Level Sociology Paper 2: Families and Households Section – Exam Advice

AQA A-Level Sociology: Topics in Sociology Exam: Advice for answer the families and households section  Paper 2 is a 2 hour paper, out of a total of 80 marks. You get a booklet of questions, split into two sections (A … Continue reading

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Families and Households in the UK – Social Trends

This post summaries some of the changing trends (and continuities) in family and household structure in the UK, using data from the Office for National Statistics which collects a range of data annually on families and households in the UK The … Continue reading

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Sociological Perspectives on Single Person Households

Why are increasing numbers of people all over the world living alone? (Scroll down for a video summary) According to a recent book by Eric Klinenberg: Explaining the Rise of Solo Living, this is a global phenomenon and mainly reflects … Continue reading

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