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    Using material from Item A and elsewhere, assess the usefulness of labelling theory in explaining crime and deviance.

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    Using material from Item A and elsewhere, assess the view that women are no longer oppressed by religion.

    I pre much did both of them on the same day so yeah they were easy stuff
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    The Evolution of Astronomy: From Nineveh to Newton.
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    "Attitudes to gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender workers in the Canadian Construction Industry"
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    ''Is IPA a better way of teaching phonetics than using ''word-building''?''

    Started my EPQ 1 year early
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    In actual fact, I need to change that.

    ''Is IPA a better way of teaching literacy than 'word building'?''
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    "The biological importance of Water."
    Not a difficult one
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    "Viability of perovskite photovoltaic technology with respect to crystallographic control"
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    Haven't titled an essay for awhile (I've mainly had in-class essays this year) so the last one I titled was my IB Extended Essay which was: "Public Perception of Eugenics in Nazi Germany"
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    Something about Of Mice and Men back in GCSE times

    unless you count those 8 markers in exams haha
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    The two I'm currently working on are Devolution in the UK is not symmetrical. Are there good reasons for this? and 'In our judgment, however, the law has not yet reached a definition of intent in murder in terms of appreciation of a virtual certainty... we do not regard Woollin as yet reaching or laying down a substantive rule of law' - Discuss
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    The two I'm currently working on:
    'Assess the view that secularisation is a feature only of modern European society'
    'Analyse the strengths of natural law'
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    'One that loved not wisely but too well.' Examine the presentation of the destructive effects of jealousy in Shakespeare's Othello.
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    "Do we have an immortal soul?" :')
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    (Original post by TeenPolyglot)
    In actual fact, I need to change that.

    ''Is IPA a better way of teaching literacy than 'word building'?''
    Isn't IPA a type of beer? :P
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    I have a boring one and its worth 40 marks, *sulk*:

    "To what extent do cities share similar problems and rely on similar solutions"
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    Currently have a history essay on Liberal Reforms with a title along the lines of:

    'The Success of The Liberal Reforms From 1906-1914 In Fixing The Issue of Poverty In Britain'
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    'Why are there so few right angles in anatomy?'
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    "Critically examine the view that religion is always a conservative force in society"
    It's due on Tuesday and I haven't written a word of it.
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    Doing an EPQ called 'The psychological problems affecting teenagers'
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    (Original post by TheHalfCentaur)
    Isn't IPA a type of beer? :P
    I thought this too :teehee:
 
 
 
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