I have a few queries related to a potential demography-based essay question in this summers SCLY1 exam.
Firstly, is it possible for migration to come up as an essay? If so, what would its structure be?
Secondly, is it possible for births or deaths to come as single essay questions, or are they more likely to appear in the form they do as example questions in Rob Webb's Sociology textbook where they're included in the same question?
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- 20-01-2014 13:18
- 23-01-2014 15:11
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- 23-01-2014 15:36
I couldnt see one based on migration, however birth rates and death rates may appear. But usually, some demography questions bring in a range of other topics like marriage, cohabitation etc.
- 23-01-2014 22:28
I don't believe demography has come up for a while.
Defiantly revise it well. Migration would link in immigration. It could be "Using Item X, Assess the claim that there has been an increase in migration". Anything that is in the syllabus or in your textbook, REVISE (unless its not the section you are answering).