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Zainchawdry
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For all of you doing the AQA board AND doing Ideologies (GOV3B) do you have any recommended books for studying ideology? I have seen some revision guides on amazon, but i was looking for something more board specific (Or does this matter).

In short, can anybody recommend a good revision booklet for studying ideologies, as i am hoping to achieve an A.
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Class notes are more than sufficient
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As above, class notes should be more than enough. That said, I didn't do as well as I'd hoped in the exam and now that I'm on to the US Politics module, I'll have to put a bit more effort in.
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I forgot to mention the fact that both my teachers don't go over my exam syllabus but just go off on a tangent about current affairs...so basically i don't learn anything
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Get an updated version of http://www.amazon.co.uk/A2-Political...2041815&sr=1-1


I'm using those books and find them useful.
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