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    (Original post by katherine9609)
    Usually yeah
    What synoptic links would you include for ethnicity?
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    (Original post by Pandorax)
    Does anyone have an exam structure for the 15 marker and 25 marker on research methods?
    15 marker-
    Define the concept in the intro.
    Practical strengths
    Ethical strengths
    Theoretical strengths

    25 marker is the same, but not just strengths. More like 6 paragraphs with strengths and weakness including context of the source. Also include lots of key words throughout both.

    Hope this helps in some way X
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    (Original post by mp2305)
    15 marker-
    Define the concept in the intro.
    Practical strengths
    Ethical strengths
    Theoretical strengths

    25 marker is the same, but not just strengths. More like 6 paragraphs with strengths and weakness including context of the source. Also include lots of key words throughout both.

    Hope this helps in some way X
    Do you have any predictions for the 15and 25 markers? also, thank you for the plans!! x
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    (Original post by Pandorax)
    Does anyone have an exam structure for the 15 marker and 25 marker on research methods?
    15-
    What method was used
    Data it produced
    Validity/reliability
    Theory
    Aim of the research
    Why was that method used to achieve the aim
    Operationalise (only if the data was quantitative)
    What sample
    Why was that sample used
    Is it representative/can you generalise


    25-
    Define the method
    Data it produced
    Theory it links with
    Advantages of such data
    Advantages of the method (validity/reliability)
    Disadvantages of the method
    Alternative methods (optional to talk about)
    What sample was used
    Advantages of the sample
    Disadvantages of the sample
    Is it representative/ can you generalise
    Alternative sample (optional to talk about)
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    (Original post by shaunarose98)
    Do you have any predictions for the 15and 25 markers? also, thank you for the plans!! x
    I have no clue, but some people have said content analysis and longitudinal studies.

    Another person posted another plan for this question which is quite extensive so I'd look at that too. But my college generally adopts this plan and it can give you full marks. X
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    (Original post by IIAzimII)
    AQA- Im going to have to do 2 25 markers, one for bio in the morning and one for sociology in the afternoon. The difference is in sociology I can just waffle on and on but in Bio its all factual. Tomorrows bio is one exam that i'm really unprepared for.
    Omg, i'm in the same exact boat. I thought i was the only one cursed enough to have two, two hour exams on the same day. I have never been so unprepared for an exam than for bio tomorrow.
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    Does anyone know what ideological perspective Pollert comes under in her critique of the idea of patriarchy, if any? Thanks.
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    (Original post by CookieMonster786)
    Oh yeah I heard u have to do essays for aqa...I feel sorry for u....I could not do them. I hope OCR this year is easy cause last year it was 57/100 for an A cause the paper was so hard and so many people got Us

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    I checked the boundary and it is around 72 or something for an A
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    (Original post by Gal cool)
    I checked the boundary and it is around 72 or something for an A
    How do you check them?
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    (Original post by Gal cool)
    I checked the boundary and it is around 72 or something for an A
    No I was talking about biology...bit sociology

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    Can we use the same theorists for the 15 marker and the 25 marker?
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    (Original post by Ondway)
    How do you check them?
    Its on the ocr website or type it on google
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    Does anyone have a good revision site or something for the first two questions?(Section A)? I can't seem to find good detailed information about research methods and their advantages/disadvantages..
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    (Original post by needanewusername)
    Does anyone know if it's possible for Thursday's exam that they could ask a 20 mark question on one factor (e.g. class) followed by a 40 mark question for a different factor (e.g. age)? I know you get an option between two questions but I'm talking about the same question (hope that makes sense).

    Also, I've just come across a question "Outlineand assess functionalist explanations of social inequality." - Since the 20 mark question was just on class, would this 40 mark question just be on class? It sounds rather vague.

    Thanks.
    Hey, the way I'd see that question would be to talk about social inequality as a whole: so class, ethnicity age etc!
    Good luck
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    Does anyone have a model answer for content analysis or longitudinal studies pleassssse?!?!?!?
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    (Original post by owlmadd)
    Does anyone have a model answer for content analysis or longitudinal studies pleassssse?!?!?!?
    Me too!!!!
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    (Original post by needanewusername)
    Does anyone know what ideological perspective Pollert comes under in her critique of the idea of patriarchy, if any? Thanks.
    Hi, what theory is this? Please could you quickly tell? x
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    (Original post by shaunarose98)
    Predictions for research and 20 and 40 markers?x
    Yes please !!
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    (Original post by Pandorax)
    Hi, what theory is this? Please could you quickly tell? x
    Pollert argues that patriarchy doesn't actually explain gender inequalities according to some internal mechanism but simply describes them, conflating description with explanation. She still accepts there are examples of sexism, but that patriarchy is not a 'system' like capitalism which works according to some interdependent mechanisms or principles. Hope that makes sense
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    (Original post by rkuni16)
    My teachers have also predicted exactly the same!
    What are these predictions??
 
 
 
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