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Baroque art falls into the period of Counter-Reformation led by the Catholic church against the Protestants. Much of the Baroque art, especially in Italy, reflects reaction to Mannerism, but also the social turmoil of the time. According to the Council of Trent and the Catholic church artworks should be a clear, intelligible subject realistically interpreted in order to stimulate piety.

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A Level SociologyTeaching Notes for StudentsCulture and Identity1. Introduction To Sociology Introduction.1. Most, if not all, A-level Sociology students begin their course with a fairly vague idea about what is involved in the study of society. A copy of the syllabus is an initial starting point because it maps-out for you the areas you will be studying during your course. However, it doesnt tell you a great deal about what Sociology is. This Introduction, therefore, is designed to help you identify the subject matter of Sociology and, to help us do this we will be looking at four main ideas:a. An initial definition of Sociology as a subject.b. The types of questions that sociologists ask.c. The Sociological Perspective (how Sociology differs from other social sciences).d. The difference between Naturalistic (or commonsense) and sociological ideas and explanations.A. The Subject Matter of Sociology.1. As I noted above, Sociology is the study of human societies. It is usually classed as one of the social sciences (along with subjects like psychology) and was established as a subject in the late 18th century (through the work of people like the French writer Auguste Comte). However, the subject has only really gained acceptance as an academic subject in the 20th century through the work of writers such as Emile Durkheim, Max Weber and Talcott Parsons (all names that, for the present, probably mean very little to y

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