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I have always been led to believe the movement is about a march of progress towards gender equality but it seems that often men are being told they are not allowed to be part of the dialogue. Does that not defeat the aim of what the movement is actually trying to achieve?.....read more
Podology is a website designed as a resource for those that are either teaching or studying Sociology. The site holds a bank of resources in the form of podcasts, videos and articles that cover a range of sociological issues.
The resources are particularly useful for A-level Sociology but also GCSE and degree level too. The site is growing all the time but we are continually looking for the latest in sociological news.
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Micky Flanagan talks to Paul Willis
Taken from BBC Radio 4 interview of Flanagan discussing his working class roots with Paul Willis
Post-modernism & Secularisation
An extract from the podcast on 'Postmodernism' including an interview with Professor Steve Bruce.
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Ivan Illich looks at the complex concept of pain. He boldly stated that “medical civilization (western medicine) tends to turn pain into a technical matter and thereby deprives suffering of its inherent personal meaning”...read more