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AQA Sociology January 2012 Papers Watch

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    Hey guys,
    I'm attaching the mark schemes for the January 2012 AQA Sociology papers.
    Hope they're helpful
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    (Original post by TheLostDreamer)
    Hey guys,
    I'm attaching the mark schemes for the January 2012 AQA Sociology papers.
    Hope they're helpful
    hey! do you have the question paper for january 2012 scyl1, families and households.
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    (Original post by omgg)
    hey! do you have the question paper for january 2012 scyl1, families and households.
    Sorry, I only have the mark schemes, you can find out the questions from Section B on the SCLY1 paper
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    (Original post by omgg)
    hey! do you have the question paper for january 2012 scyl1, families and households.
    The questions are on the mark scheme
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    Thank you!
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    Thank you
    Hey guys
    I have a test in two days and need help on a question plz...
    The growth and influence of religious fundamentalism across the world challenges the claim that contemporary society has become more secular.í
    To what extent do sociological arguments and evidence support this view of contemporary religious belief and practice?
    Please could someone give me a few points for and against these. Or even just explain what it requires.
    Thankz


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