Sociology is the study of the development, function and structure of human societies. GCSE Sociology has become a very popular subject in recent years, with many students interested in the humanities becoming increasingly interested in it.

GCSE Sociology introduces the basic concepts and key terms of sociology, mainly learns the views and theories about family, education, crime and social class inequality, and is familiar with sociological research methods.

Studying sociology can help students improve their writing skills and develop critical thinking skills. Because sociology requires students to explore different issues from different angles and then draw reasonable conclusions, these skills have laid a good foundation for students to study humanities in the future.

Sociology also has a certain positive influence on other subjects. If you want to study psychology at university, just give sociology a try, as many of sociology's problems with education, family, and scientific method have connections to psychology.