Question 1: 60 Marks
Q.1.1 Discuss why you cannot study education in isolation from the rest of society to eliminate inequality in South Africa (for 24 marks). Please use at least two examples to sustain you discussion (for six marks). (30)
Q.1.2 From your own analysis of the South African society and class, what three solutions would you suggest making education accessible to everyone in society (for 24 marks). Please use at least one example for each to sustain your answer
(for two marks each up to a maximum of six marks). (30)
Question 2 (Marks: 60)
Q.2.1 The social model of health considers the social aspects of an illness, explain why this would be the best model for African communities to eradicate health burdens (for 24 marks). Please use at least two examples to sustain you answer
(for six marks). (30)
Q.2.2 Discuss how social inequality in society contributes towards access to clinics
and hospitals in South African societies (for 24 marks). Please use at least three examples to sustain your discussion (for six marks). (30)
Answers to Above Questions on Sociology
Answer 1: When it comes to inequality in education, an analysis of the South African economy indicates that the figure has one of the most unequal school systems in the world. The level of inequality is identified in almost all the spheres of society in South Africa. Further the concept of education in isolation from the rest of the society would further contribute towards inequality in South Africa and this can be analysed from the two examples as mentioned below.
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