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Alevel History, Sociology, English Literature revision notes

I am an A-Level student. My predicted grades are A* (Sociology), A* (History), A (English Literature).

I am an A-Level student. My predicted grades are A* (Sociology), A* (History), A (English Literature).
A-Level Sociology - Family Diversity
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A-Level Sociology - Family Diversity

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Covers different family types, trends and factors that affect them. Marriage Same sex relationships Cohabitation One-person households Living apart together (LATs)
A-Level History USA - 1860-1920
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A-Level History USA - 1860-1920

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First year content summarised + two essay plans Includes: Recontruction Changing position of African Americans Foreign Policy + Foreign policy studies Gilded Age presidents Big Business Essay Plan Divided Society Essay Plan
A-Level History USA - Reconstruction
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A-Level History USA - Reconstruction

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Detailed, covers key events, dates and themes. 1.Reconstruction under Lincoln 2. Reconstruction under Johnson 3. Reconstruction under Grant 4. Glossary 5. Key quotes 6. Historians’ interpretations
A-Level History USA - Big Business essay plan
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A-Level History USA - Big Business essay plan

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To what extent was the rise of big business responsible for the rapid growth of the US economy in the years 1865 to 1890? Mark - 19/25 Essays paragraphs are interlinked to get the top marks Introduction 1st paragraph - big business - evaluated with natural resources 2nd paragraph - new technology 3rd paragraph - mass immigration Conclusion
A-Level Sociology - Research Methods
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A-Level Sociology - Research Methods

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A research methods table that covers quantitative and qualitative methods and practical, ethical and theoretical factors. In addition, relevant studies are mentioned, for example Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison study. Quantitative: Questionnaires Lab experiments Structured interviews Official statistics Official public documents Qualitative Participant covert (+overt) observations Unstructured interviews Group interviews Field Experiments Private documents
A-Level Sociology - Education Policies
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A-Level Sociology - Education Policies

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Table of key education policies with their descriptions as well as positives and criticisms of them. Pre 1870 1870 Forster Education Act 1944 Butler Act 1965 Comprehensive Education Act 1988 Education Reform Act New Labour Policies since 1997
A-Level Sociology - Research Methods Surveys
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A-Level Sociology - Research Methods Surveys

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Detailed summary surveys. Covers: Types of surveys Types of questions Steps of conducting a survey Sampling techniques Key features of questionnaires Advantages and Disadvantages of questionnaires Exam practice questions
A-Level English Literature - Dystopia Atwood Essay Plan
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A-Level English Literature - Dystopia Atwood Essay Plan

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‘Dystopian fiction often suggests that men, not women, are responsible for society’s problems’ With reference to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’, discuss how far you agree with this view. Four clear paragraphs with key quotes, context and interpretations. Introduction The Commanders Aunts Doctior, Angels, Guardians The Wives Conclusion
A-Level English Literature - Duchess of Malfi and Coleridge Theme of Power Essay Plan
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A-Level English Literature - Duchess of Malfi and Coleridge Theme of Power Essay Plan

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Essay plan on the theme of power in Duchess of Malfi and Coleridge poetry Four paragraphs with detailed context (dominant AO (Assessment Objective)) and specific quotes already picked out. Corruption - the Cardinal and Ferdinand Power of the mind - This Lime Tree Bower My Prison Gender - Duchess Power of God and nature - The Rime of the Ancient Mariner