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    Currently doing revision and I'm unable to answer following questions, how would you answer them?

    a) Outline 3 factors that may affect the dependency ratio, apart from migration
    b) Outline 3 social policies or laws that may affect household or family size
    c) Outline 3 reasons for the increase in lone person households
    d) Outline 3 ways in which childhood could be said to be toxic
    e) Outline 3 ways a child might be brought up other then in a family
    f) Outline 3 reasons for the increase in the proportion of births taking place outside marriage
    g) Outline 3 reasons why domestic labour is often not regarded as real work compared to paid employment
    h) Outline 3 reasons for the decline in infant mortality rate in Britain since 1900.
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