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Students will require an open mind to study Sociology as it's essentially a perspective for viewing the world, analysing how societies shape our beliefs, behaviour and identity, and how this process has changed over time. Subjects like gender, sexuality, religion, ethnicity, and globalisation could all be explored. Sociologists study people in society.
The subject matter of sociology includes groups like the family, larger ones like a school or working place, very large institutions like the whole education system or the political system, and even whole societies like England or the United Kingdom. Sociology is the attempt to understand how society works. It provides description and analysis of the patterns and structures in human relationships, and it encourages us to see the world through the eyes of others. It can help us as we try to make sense of our own lives, as well as giving us a sense of our wider responsibility to society.