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Archive for June, 2012

Give a man a gun…..

Posted by Realsociology on 29th June 2012

No comment, sometimes things just need to be shared… Thanks to the friend of a friend who forwarded this on, whoever you are!

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Not Quite Adults – Why are more 20-30 somethings living with their parents?

Posted by Realsociology on 27th June 2012

1. Not quite adults – Vital Statistics   According to the Office for National Statistics, in 2011, nearly 3.0 million adults aged between 20 and 34 were living with a parent or parents, an increase of almost half a million, or 20 per cent, since 1997. This is despite the number of people in the […]

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Studying Sociology at University

Posted by Realsociology on 11th June 2012

Been a while since I posted so I thought I’d post up this document Studying Sociology at University What do you study at University?  Sociology at university is very different to ‘A level’ Sociology. There is some overlap in terms of basic content but this is minor. As a general rule, most Sociology departments will […]

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