In this article, Kristy Wallace, CEO of Ellevate Network (a group that supports women in the workplace) states that, “Women are typically the chief healthcare officer, the chief entertainment officer and the chief education officer in their homes”.
The article goes on to consider the extra workload – mental and physical – created by the pandemic and considers who is bearing the responsibility for this in families.
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Students could think about their own family arrangements during the crisis and the extent to which this corresponds with the sentiments in the article.
Students could be asked to write a timeline of their lives as they anticipate them to be after l..
The Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS) based at Birmingham University produced a ra..
The following Daily Mail article laments the adoption of Jamaican patois styles of language in ‘..
David Starkey featured in a Newsnight discussion about the 2011 UK riots. This Guardian article ..
Some Sociologists suggest that subcultures may no longer exist in the form that they once did. For e..
The class could investigate and consider the extent to which they consider the ‘haul girl’ phenomeno..
Students should be able to draw on examples from a wide range of subcultures, both classic and c..
A useful overview of the Functionalist view of youth culture can be found below:..
By way of starting off an investigation into youth subcultures, teachers could pose the problem ..