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A level Politics : Wider Franchise and Suffrage
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A level Politics : Wider Franchise and Suffrage

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The most comprehensive guide on A level politics. This document thoroughly analyses the topic of wider franchise and suffrage in the UK, in 3 pages of content. Based around the Edexcel A level politics specification but can also be used for other specifications + general knowledge. Sections include (among others): **Wider Franchise and suffrage ** **History of the UK Franchise ** **Problems with the U.K. Franchise ** **Acts of Parliament for Franchise ** Campaigns for Suffrage Women’s suffrage in the UK Debates over suffrage Votes at 16 Arguments for votes at 16 Arguments against votes at 16
A level Politics : Types of democracy
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A level Politics : Types of democracy

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A definitive, detailed guide on the types of democracy and how they are implemented in the UK as well as examples. Written in line with Edexcel politics A level course however can be used with all specifications + general knowledge. The most comprehensive political guide on the internet. Sections include: Direct democracy - A thorough explanation on what direct democracy is and how it is used UK. Advantages of Direct Democracy Disadvantages of Direct Democracy Representative democracy - A thorough explanation on what representative democracy is and how it is used in the UK. Advantages of representative democracy Disadvantages of Representative Democracy Comparing types of democracy - A thorough comparison on the similarities and differences of the two systems. 7 pages
A level Politics: Case for Democratic Reform
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A level Politics: Case for Democratic Reform

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A level Politics: Case for Democratic Reform A definitive, detailed guide on the Case for Democratic Reform and how we could implement reform into UK politics with numerous examples. Written in line with A level politics A level course however can be used with all specifications + general knowledge. The most comprehensive political guide on the internet. Sections include: Case for Democratic Reform Example case 1: Low voter turnout Example case 2: The system of voting Example case 3: Institutions Example case 4: The European Union Types of democratic reform The Case Against Reform **3 pages **
A level Politics : Pressure Groups part 1
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A level Politics : Pressure Groups part 1

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The most comprehensive guide on A level politics, analyses the concept of pressure groups and how they work to influence politics. Based around the Edexcel A level politics specification but can also be used for other specifications + general knowledge. Content heavy so split into two parts. 7 pages of content Sections include: **Pressure Groups ** Types of pressure groups Insider and outsider groups Sectional and promotional groups **Functions of Pressure groups ** **Influencing politics outside of parliament ** Factors affecting pressure groups success
A level Politics : Pressure groups part 2
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A level Politics : Pressure groups part 2

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The most comprehensive guide on A level politics, analyses the concept of pressure groups and how they work to influence politics. Based around the Edexcel A level politics specification but can also be used for other specifications + general knowledge. Content heavy so split into two parts. 4 pages of content Sections include: **Includes case studies and numerous examples. ** Pressure Group Case study examples : National Farmers Union Campaign against the bTB **Methods and outcome ** Occupy London Campaign **Outcome ** **Think Tanks ** Centre for Policy Studies The Legatum Institute Lobbyists **How lobbyists influence politics ** Examples of Lobbying: Hanbury Strategy **Corporations ** **Corporate political influence ** **Examples of corporate influence **
A level Politics : Types of democracy overview
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A level Politics : Types of democracy overview

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The most comprehensive guide on A level politics, analyses two different types of democracy, direct and representative democracy in 7 pages of content. Based around the Edexcel A level politics specification but can also be used for other specifications + general knowledge. Featuring (among others): **Direct democracy ** **How a direct democracy works ** Advantages of Direct Democracy **Disadvantages of direct democracy ** Representative democracy **How representation works ** Advantages of representative democracy Disadvantages of Representative Democracy Comparing types of democracy
A level Religious studies: Plato overview -  Ancient Philosophical Influences
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A level Religious studies: Plato overview - Ancient Philosophical Influences

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free A definitive, detailed guide on the types of democracy and how they are implemented in the UK as well as examples. Written in line with OCR Religious studies A level course however can be used with all specifications + general knowledge. The most comprehensive religious studies guide on the internet. Sections include: **Plato’s Understanding of Reality ** Plato’s theory of forms **Plato’s Analogy of the Cave ** **The Purpose of Plato’s Analogy of the Cave ** Evaluation of Plato’s Theories 8 pages