Media & Society – SMED (6 session short course – £45) … Does it make a difference if TV shows show women doing housekeeping and show men racing cars? Does it matter if someone rich and powerful owns a newspaper?  How do stereotypes and prejudice develop? And what is the impact of social media on peoples’ lives today? 

Join this fun and interactive course to explore the relationship between media and society.

An ideal stand-alone course and also a perfect pre-GCSE/IGCSE course for Sociology!


Subjects:  Sociology, Law, Politics

Each short course includes: weekly online, video tutorials; a wide range of opportunities to be inspired and be creative (projects, quizzes and activities with personal feedback); weekly learning documents plus extra support materials and resources; direct access to a passionate, knowledgeable tutor; easy access via the online Canvas learning platform (and Zoom)

Our courses for 11+ year olds are available to enrol in year-round, with both an “Online, Live” format as well as an “Online,Flexible Timing/Recorded” format, subject to availability.   

~ Currently available for enrolment: Online, Flexible Timing/Recorded format – available to enrol and start at any time
~ Currently available for enrolment:
Online, Live format –starting Thursday June 1, 3:30pm (6 weeks)

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