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Sociology

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is culture?

Chunk:
Norms

Norms are most commonly defined as rules or expectations that are socially enforced. Norms may be prescriptive (encouraging positive behaviour; for example, “be honest”) or proscriptive (discouraging negative behaviour; for example, “do not cheat”)

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic: 
What is culture?

Chunk:
Values

Values are beliefs and goals relating to what members of a society or culture feel are morally important and desirable. They act as general guidelines for behaviour.

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is culture?

Chunk:
Culture, norms and values

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
Subculture

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
High Culture

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
Popular culture

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
Global culture

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
Consumer culture

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
Cultural diversity

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
Cultural hybridity

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

What is culture

Chunk:
Food for thought

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Primary and secondary socialisation

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Family

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Peer group

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Media

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Food for thought

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Education

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Workplace

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Nature/ Nurture debate

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Police

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Law/ legal system

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Courts

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Government

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Military

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Family

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Peer group/
subcultures

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Media

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Religion

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Education

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Workplace

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is socialisation?

Chunk:
Food for thought

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
The concept of identity

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Ethnicity

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Nationality

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Gender

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity

Chunk:
Social class

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Sexuality

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Age

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Disability

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Hybrid identities

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

Paper: AS 01

Theme: Socialisation

Topic:
What is identity?

Chunk:
Food for thought

A laboratory experiment is an experiment conducted under highly controlled conditions (not necessarily a laboratory), where accurate measurements are possible. The researcher decides where the experiment will take place, at what time, with which participants, in what circumstances and using a standardized procedure (Under these circumstances, changes in data can be attributed to the IV.)..  These experiments can also be easier for other researchers to replicate.

 

The drawback of this research type is that what takes place in a lab is not always what takes place in the real world

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