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Sociology, Society and Culture

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7 hours
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No formal qualification
40 CPD hours / points
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In a world shaped by complex social interactions and cultural influences, Sociology plays a vital role in understanding and analysing the dynamics of human society. Our comprehensive course on Sociology, Society and Culture invites you to embark on an enlightening journey, exploring the profound importance of this captivating discipline.

Studying Sociology allows us to critically examine the intricate web of social relationships and gain invaluable insights into the complexities of human behaviour within different societal contexts. By delving into this fascinating field, you'll develop a deep appreciation for the significance of societal norms, behaviours, and collective identities that shape our lives.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Analyse and interpret sociological theories to comprehend human behaviour within different societal contexts.
  • Evaluate the impact of Sociology, and culture on social interactions and understand the dynamic relationship between the two.
  • Examine social stratification and its effects on individuals and communities.
  • Gain insights into gender, sex, and sexuality and their role in shaping societal norms and expectations.
  • Explore the institution of marriage and family, and understand their significance in various cultures.
  • Investigate the influence of religion and education on social structures and collective behaviours.
  • Discover the dynamics of Sociology, social change, collective behaviour, and social movements.
  • Develop essential research skills and methodologies to conduct sociological investigations.

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40 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Quality Standards

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Sociology, a discipline rooted in the exploration of human society, holds immense historical significance in understanding the complexities of our collective existence. Our comprehensive course on Sociology, Society and Culture invites you to embark on an enlightening journey, tracing the historical roots and contemporary relevance of this captivating field.

Throughout the ages, thinkers and scholars have grappled with questions surrounding the dynamics of human interactions, societal structures, and cultural influences. Sociology emerged as a formal discipline during the 19th century, spurred by the works of influential figures such as Auguste Comte, Emile Durkheim, and Max Weber. Their groundbreaking contributions on Sociology laid the foundation for the study of society as a complex system, encompassing the interplay of social norms, institutions, and individual agency.

Beyond its historical origins, Sociology remains as relevant as ever in contemporary society. Through an examination of social stratification, gender dynamics, marriage and family, religion and education, and the dynamics of social change, you'll gain a nuanced understanding of the forces that shape our lives today.

Unlock your intellectual potential and broaden your horizons with Sociology, Society and Culture. Join us on this transformative journey with Sociology and gain a profound understanding of the intricate dynamics that shape human society.

Who is this course for?

  • Students and academics interested in understanding human behaviour from a sociological perspective.
  • Professionals seeking to expand their understanding of social dynamics and cultural influences.
  • Individuals passionate about social justice and creating positive societal change.
  • Anyone curious about the complexities of human interactions and the forces that shape our society.


You don't need any formal qualifications to enrol in this Sociology, Society and Culture course.

Career path

  • Social Researcher: GBP 25,000 - GBP 40,000 per year
  • Social Policy Analyst: GBP 30,000 - GBP 50,000 per year
  • Community Development Officer: GBP 22,000 - GBP 35,000 per year
  • Human Resources Manager: GBP 35,000 - GBP 60,000 per year
  • Education Policy Consultant: GBP 40,000 - GBP 70,000 per year

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This course comes with CPD Quality Standards Accredited Certificate. The pricing schemes are —

  • Hard Copy Certificate: £7.99 (Inside the UK)
  • Hard Copy Certificate: £15 (for international students)


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