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    (Original post by Beccabarrow)
    you are lucky anyway! Well done
    if someone sends me a collectivist v individualist, any wealth essay eg govt policies i will send my American dream and social and economic plan or any other essay
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    (Original post by Beccabarrow)
    Ill send you mines for the collectivist v Individualist?
    me too
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    (Original post by hendycfc)
    me too
    mail me!
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    If we were asked a question about govt responses to inequalities. What would you mention? Both health and weath inequalities??


    Thanks
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    (Original post by cheshington)
    seems the most difficult part is cramming stats into the head to remember.. ah well, glad I got 5 As last year and this doesn't matter
    Well this is just pointless and self-appreciating
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    (Original post by Melanna)
    Can someone help me if an essay came up like this one?

    how ethnic minorities influenced the 2012 election outcome results?

    thanks
    Intro: by 2050, 60% ethnic minority, play large role in elections, democrats - young, republicans - old. In so far as the House of Representatives is concerned, the thread is towed more minority representation.

    Para1: blacks
    -typically democrat voters, string historical reasons for loyalty of African Americans to vote democrat.
    - in the modern era of focus groups, target seats, key states & swing voters republicans believe the black vote isn't worth wooing.
    -blacks 68% registered 08, 59% 2010.
    - unity 04 campaign meant blacks would turn up to vote.
    'Yes we can' built belief that there would be a black president.
    - emergence of social media ensured that they knew where to vote.
    -HOWEVER, Stereotypes of black gangsta youth turning up is key.
    - no interest in politics, don't vote.
    -Blacks make up 12% population, 2% elected representatives.

    Para 2 : Hispanics.
    - more fluid situation, second language in many us states.
    -important role in sunbelt states.
    - e.g - John Kerry 04 won the majority of Hispanics vote but when it came to states were Hispanics were key to success(Florida, New Mexico, Nevada) Bush won.
    -Obama aired a Spanish tv channel, advertising.
    - Romney tough on immigration, states like Arizona didn't want him they wanted anti immigration more Latinos mobilise politically to vote.

    Asians: personify American dream.
    -71% Asian population voted democrat.
    -3% overall population they make up.
    - 3.2 million Obama, 900k Romney.

    Conclusion: clear to see they influence the election outcome.
    That help?


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    (Original post by Beccabarrow)
    Ill send you mines for the collectivist v Individualist?
    could you send me it to please?
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    Is anyone pretty much positive in what will come up tomorrow, in USA, South Africa, Health and Wealth and Voting systems? starting to panic..
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    (Original post by cheshington)
    cute
    Good one.

    Anyway. Good luck everybody, hope it goes well.
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    Currently going over EMs political progress. I've got that they've gained representation at federal, state, and local levels, turnout and registration, but I'm unsure what to put as my third point? That they were seen to be crucial in Obama's re-election?
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    What has everyone revised for Africa? I've only done UNOs and NGOs..
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    Prediction for China and maybe the wording?

    And what about Scotland?
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    Are political attitudes and voting behavior the same sort of thing (as far as essays are concerned)?
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    (Original post by ladymarshmallow)
    What has everyone revised for Africa? I've only done UNOs and NGOs..
    Just done the same, done a tiny bit on trade too. What do u think the question will be?


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    (Original post by xoJennyox)
    Prediction for China and maybe the wording?

    And what about Scotland?
    Devolution for Scotland (maybe) pros/cons? I don't know...just hoping it is!


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    (Original post by xoJennyox)
    Prediction for China and maybe the wording?

    And what about Scotland?
    For china it's most likely going to be social and economic reforms/inequalities! Because human rights came up last year not really sure how they would word them though
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    (Original post by Bonzo10)
    Good one.

    Anyway. Good luck everybody, hope it goes well.
    Hahahaha lol^
    THANKS, you too!
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    (Original post by Scrabble96)
    Just done the same, done a tiny bit on trade too. What do u think the question will be?


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    Well, my teacher is predicting NGOs or perhaps UNOs.
    There was a trade vs aid Q last year, so I doubt it will come up this year.
    I keep suffering from waves of anxiety - I desperately need/want an A!
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    So what is everyone else revising for the health&wealth section?
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    I am doing plans for (in order of priority):

    A1: MSPs influence
    Impact of Devolution
    LA conflict with SP

    A4: AMS vs FPTP
    STV vs FPTP
    PR vs FPTP
    Social class on VB

    China: Effects of economic and social reform
    Little opposition against CPC
    Human Rights and democracy

    B:
    Impact of income/ lifestyles on health
    Govt Policies to reduce poverty/ social ineq.
    Welfare state founding principles
    Existence of inequ.
    Govt policies to reduce gender and BME ineq

    Is this safe? Have I missed out anything major?
 
 
 
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