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    (Original post by 3mmz)
    New Right oppose social policies because they think the family should have little state interference and it leads to family diversity and lone parent families right?
    Functionalists are in favour of social policies such as the NHS as it helps the family with primary socialisation etc....
    Feminists oppose state policies - legitimises oppression to woman....
    Yes haha! See it's so easy 😂
    Let's boss this!!!
    (btw this is a bit of a plead but "sophtommo" on instagram and @ellensoph on twitter)


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    (Original post by Deyesy)
    Couples and demography would just be amazing for two 24 markers



    I guess it's to stop people getting an unfair advantage
    i bet it will be some horrible one...like childhood

    i don't want family diversity again....please god....

    i just dont want childhood to come up!
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    My teacher predicted couples as one of the essays.. Has anybody's teachers predicted what the short q's will be topic wise
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    (Original post by 3mmz)
    i bet it will be some horrible one...like childhood

    i don't want family diversity again....please god....

    i just dont want childhood to come up!
    Family diversity has come up twice in a row hasn't it?

    I'm skim reading my childhood notes just so I have it in my short term memory
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    (Original post by hasan-1-)
    My teacher predicted couples as one of the essays.. Has anybody's teachers predicted what the short q's will be topic wise
    My teacher also predicted couples, I really hope she is right as this is the one I know off by heart :rolleyes: I'm hopefull
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    (Original post by lkgib)
    My teacher also predicted couples, I really hope she is right as this is the one I know off by heart :rolleyes: I'm hopefull
    I think it's likely to come up as lots of teachers have predicted it!
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    hey guys do u lot know when is the c1 exam, m1 exam and scly 1 exam starts
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    (Original post by salini1995)
    hey guys do u lot know when is the c1 exam, m1 exam and scly 1 exam starts
    You need to ask your teachers
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    I would love couples to come up!!!!!
    I pray to god childhood doesn't come up.....
    I know nothing!
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    Haven't had any sleep yet worrying about this exam, but I'm completely wide awake... I haven't studied yet, either, though... Should I get a little rest in case I crash, or keep studying in case I can at least get an E or a D or something?

    Also, anyone got a little runthrough of the various viewpoints (Marxist, etc.) and what views they represent? Particularly about families...

    Thank you all for your time.
    Eugh. This is so stressful. I just know I'm going to fail again.
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    So it is right that people are predicting either couples, childhood or demography will topics for the 24 markers?
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    (Original post by lkgib)
    So it is right that people are predicting either couples, childhood or demography will topics for the 24 markers?
    It seems so. I've revised changing family patterns too to cover one more base but not touched social policy, functions of the family or family diversity AT all.
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    (Original post by lkgib)
    So it is right that people are predicting either couples, childhood or demography will topics for the 24 markers?
    Yep
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    For couples, are people talking about divorce/marriage/cohabitation/same-sex etc?
    (i feel stupid)


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    Where on earth do I even begin revising for "couples" or "childhood"? Oh god...
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    (Original post by sophtommo)
    For couples, are people talking about divorce/marriage/cohabitation/same-sex etc?
    (i feel stupid)


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    No, that's family types ..
    Couples is like roles, symmetrical family, decision making etc
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    (Original post by hasan-1-)
    No, that's family types ..
    Couples is like roles, symmetrical family, decision making etc
    Thankyou!! I just realised! Ah that's a good topic


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    (Original post by lkgib)
    So it is right that people are predicting either couples, childhood or demography will topics for the 24 markers?
    Ahhh childhood....
    Don't people find that hard?
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    can someone give me some studies for demography please, really struggling with it
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    (Original post by chellls)
    I'm so stressed :eek: There's so much stuff to revise and nothing seems to be going in my head.

    Since childhood came up on the June 2012 paper do you think the chances of it coming up again are slim? I really hate childhood!
    I have a gut feeling childhood will be one of the essays :/
 
 
 
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