Samara L. GCSE Sociology tutor, A Level Sociology tutor

Samara L.

£18 - £20 /hr

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Studying: Anthropolgy (Bachelors) - LSE University

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About Me

I am a second year Social Anthropology student at the LSE. I took A Levels in Sociology (AQA); English Language and Literature (AQA A); and Government and Politics(OCR).

Since starting Sixth Form, I have had a part time job where I have trained several people, this allowed me to develop sophisticated communication skills. 

One of my key motivations for becoming a tutor is that I love to talk about my subject!

The Sessions

The sessions will be focused on whatever you need help with, anything from making a revision plan to essay structure.

About Me

I am a second year Social Anthropology student at the LSE. I took A Levels in Sociology (AQA); English Language and Literature (AQA A); and Government and Politics(OCR).

Since starting Sixth Form, I have had a part time job where I have trained several people, this allowed me to develop sophisticated communication skills. 

One of my key motivations for becoming a tutor is that I love to talk about my subject!

The Sessions

The sessions will be focused on whatever you need help with, anything from making a revision plan to essay structure.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
SociologyA-level (A2)A
Government and politics A-level (A2)B
English language and literature A-level (A2)B

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
SociologyA Level£20 /hr
SociologyGCSE£18 /hr

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What does Durkheim mean by anomie?

Durkheim was a functionalist, this means that believed each institution in society performed an essential role that helped to maintain societal norms and values. He believed that if an institution failed to perform it's role, the norms and values existing in a society would be unclear, leading to a state of anomie (literally, without norms).

Durkheim was a functionalist, this means that believed each institution in society performed an essential role that helped to maintain societal norms and values. He believed that if an institution failed to perform it's role, the norms and values existing in a society would be unclear, leading to a state of anomie (literally, without norms).

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