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    (Original post by ladymarshmallow)
    Do you have one regarding government policies to alleviate inequalities in the USA?
    I'm not doing USA sorry!
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    (Original post by nicolagrantgrant)
    Ps. I have loads of essays so If anyone needs any let me know.
    Do you have any essays on questions like Assess the impact of income on health and Critically examine the success of recent government policies to reduce povert
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    (Original post by nicolagrantgrant)
    Ps. I have loads of essays so If anyone needs any let me know.
    Your Pressure Groups examples are exactly the same as mine, where are you studying?
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    (Original post by nicolagrantgrant)
    No, but im going to do one just now, i will send you it when im done if you like?
    That'd be great, thanks!
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    (Original post by UMARTIAN)
    Does anyone have points on success on reducing gender inequalities.
    I have a few for success but loads for failure. I'm trying to make them balance.

    Thanks!
    Statistics I use are things like:

    - There are now more female than male lawyers under 35
    - 20% of women out-earn their partner, a further 19% earn the same
    - women make up 60% of the university population

    Hopefully this is what you meant!
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    (Original post by Rossco18)
    I know its been asked already but what is the predicted question for global security?
    My teacher has predicted something like the 2007 question - "to what extent do international responses successfully deal with threats to global security?"
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    (Original post by Confused!)
    I've just made a plan for a question that goes by the lines of: "To what extent do ethnic minorities affect the outcome of elections."

    Intro –

    • By 2050, 60% will be an ethnic minority.
    • They play a large part in the outcome of elections
    • Democrats = Younger Gen. Republicans = Older Gen.


    Para 1 (Blacks)

    • Typically democrat voters
    • Around 68% were registered voters in 2008 but now 59% in 2012 elections
    • 95% voted for democrats in 2008, 93% in 2012.
    • Over 13.5% of population is black in USA
    • 58% of the registered voters turned out to vote for the Democrats
    • Barack Obama is black and is known to have the most ethnically diverse cabinet in US politics
    • Mostly democrats due to colour, culture and welfare benefits.
    • However, yearly the republicans try and gain votes.


    Para 2 (Hispanics)

    • Parties spend millions advertising in Spanish (It’s the second language of the States)
    • The hispanic population weren’t interested as much in US politics until Proposition 187 which was
    • 40% of California is known to be from a Hispanic background
    • Cubans are usually rich where as Mexicans are poorer and live in varrio’s.
    • Hispanics are also usually democrats, 67% in 2008 and 58% in 2012.
    • 10% of voters were Hispanic – 7% for Democrats


    Para 3 (Asian Americans)

    • 71% of the Asian American population voted for Democrats in 2012.
    • They accounted for 3% of the overall vote
    • There were 3.2M votes for Obama and 900k for Romney.
    • Account for 4.8% of the population in the USA.


    Para 4 (Native Americans)

    • Native Americans account for 1% of the population.
    • They make a fractional difference to the votes.
    • Tend to vote Democrats aswell.


    Conclusion

    • It is clear that ethnic minorities have a large influence on election outcomes as it was clearly shown in 2012.


    SIDE NOTES

    - Proposition 187 (California) was put in place to prevent illegal immigrants from using healthcare, education and other social services.
    I'll bump this again, I made this a few pages ago. Seems like some people didn't look at it.
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    (Original post by madmissi)
    Your Pressure Groups examples are exactly the same as mine, where are you studying?
    Langside College you?
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    (Original post by nicolagrantgrant)
    Ps. I have loads of essays so If anyone needs any let me know.
    Could really use some health and wealth essays.
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    (Original post by nicolagrantgrant)
    Langside College you?
    Same
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    (Original post by Confused!)
    That'd be great, thanks!
    I'll send you it shortly
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    (Original post by nicolagrantgrant)
    I'll send you it shortly
    Could you send me a health and wealth essay or two and also the PR vs FPTP? Thank you so much!
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    (Original post by Confused!)
    I'll bump this again, I made this a few pages ago. Seems like some people didn't look at it.
    thank you very much

    don't you need to mention gender and age nah?
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    Are you learning about the DFID for Africa?
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    (Original post by lala4)
    Could you send me a health and wealth essay or two and also the PR vs FPTP? Thank you so much!
    Could you send me these essay too please nicolagrantgrant
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    Hi guys

    Would it be safe to go into the exam being comfortable in the following:

    PR v FPTP , Social Class

    Lifestyle Choices , Health and wealth inequalities , Collectivist v Individualist

    Ethnic Minority Political progress

    Factors affecting african countries development , NGO's


    Is there anything else i really must know? What else could come up for the USA topic? Please help me out
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    (Original post by ladymarshmallow)
    My FPTP vs AMS/STV revision consists solely of learning a 15/15 essay our teacher gave us.
    Could you please message me it or a plan of what's in it as in my prelim I didn't study it and only got nine. Thanks
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    (Original post by 25-5-67)
    Hi guys

    Would it be safe to go into the exam being comfortable in the following:

    PR v FPTP , Social Class

    Lifestyle Choices , Health and wealth inequalities , Collectivist v Individualist

    Ethnic Minority Political progress

    Factors affecting african countries development , NGO's


    Is there anything else i really must know? What else could come up for the USA topic? Please help me out
    Im not learning Africa even though I was taught it, I have four other topics. I have pretty much learned the same as you for your other topics for USA I learned immigration and American dream. President powers was last year, do you think it'll come up again?
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    (Original post by nicolagrantgrant)
    Ps. I have loads of essays so If anyone needs any let me know.
    Could you please message me one on health and wealth inequalities please. Thanks
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    (Original post by HannahRH_)
    Im not learning Africa even though I was taught it, I have four other topics. I have pretty much learned the same as you for your other topics for USA I learned immigration and American dream. President powers was last year, do you think it'll come up again?
    Dont think the powers of the president will come up again , Have you got any plans/essays for immigration or american dream or does anybody?
 
 
 
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