Over recent decades the world has become connected by new global networks of communication and travel that allow us to begin to understand how other people live, and sometimes struggle, through their everyday lives. This starts to bring sociological and anthropological concerns to our own lives without us even realising it. This degree allows you to intellectually continue this process of learning in a fascinating journey through both sociological and anthropological perspectives. Sociologists and anthropologists together investigate processes that influence social organization and human behaviour in a variety of settings and aspects of modern life including family, religion, political systems, working lives, human relationships, communication systems, social policy, migration, differing sexualities, gender relations, and community. Both disciplines together offer you a unique way of considering the impacts of social inequality, ethnic and racial tension, poverty, class differences, and how social change affects human life; sometimes for the better, and sometimes otherwise.