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Hey all,
Does anyone have the 2014 questions they did on ideologies and ideologies in action? (gov3b/4b)
I find that ideologies are much easier than ideologies in action? Or is that just me? hahaha
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

I'm going to quote in Puddles the Monkey now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed. :yy:

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Yeah I agree! I'm finding ideologies in action sooo hard and I'm stressing cos there's such little time to get my head around it all! And there's no resources online! It's just the worst lol...what topics are you doing for both units?
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June 2014 questions:

Liberalism:
Explain how liberals perceive the differences between positive and negative freedoms.
'Liberalism is now the dominant ideology in British politics'. Discuss

Socialism:
What is meant by Utopian socialism?
'The concept of social class is less important in the ideology of the Labour Party today than when it was founded in the 20th century.' Discuss.

Conservatism
How have conservatives traditionally viewed human nature?
'The Conservative Party in Britain has always lacked ideological cohesion' Discuss.

Fascism:
Why are myths so important to fascists?
'National struggle and an obsession with warfare are central features of both traditional and contemporary fascism'. Discuss

unit 4B:

Ethnicity and Gender:
Explain the term patriarchy in the context of feminism.
'Legislation has failed to deliver equality of outcomes in respect of gender and ethnicity' Discuss.

The Environment:
consider the concept 'quality of life' in the context of debates over the environment.
'fundamental divisions within the environmental movement mean that it is a nonsense to speak of environmentalism as a single ideology' Discuss

Education
Explain the term meritocracy in the context of education policy.
Evaluate the view that there is now a competitive market in education in the UK.

The Economy:
Argue the ideological case in favour of the nationalisation of key industries.
Evaluate the view that the UK is now an open economy.

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Hi i was wondering whether you know the 2014 aqa questions for unit 4A the government of the USA? it would be of great help
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June 2014 questions:

Liberalism:
Explain how liberals perceive the differences between positive and negative freedoms.
'Liberalism is now the dominant ideology in British politics'. Discuss

Socialism:
What is meant by Utopian socialism?
'The concept of social class is less important in the ideology of the Labour Party today than when it was founded in the 20th century.' Discuss.

Conservatism
How have conservatives traditionally viewed human nature?
'The Conservative Party in Britain has always lacked ideological cohesion' Discuss.

Fascism:
Why are myths so important to fascists?
'National struggle and an obsession with warfare are central features of both traditional and contemporary fascism'. Discuss

unit 4B:

Ethnicity and Gender:
Explain the term patriarchy in the context of feminism.
'Legislation has failed to deliver equality of outcomes in respect of gender and ethnicity' Discuss.

The Environment:
consider the concept 'quality of life' in the context of debates over the environment.
'fundamental divisions within the environmental movement mean that it is a nonsense to speak of environmentalism as a single ideology' Discuss

Education
Explain the term meritocracy in the context of education policy.
Evaluate the view that there is now a competitive market in education in the UK.

The Economy:
Argue the ideological case in favour of the nationalisation of key industries.
Evaluate the view that the UK is now an open economy.

Hope this helps
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Hi i was wondering whether you know the 2014 aqa questions for unit 4A the government of the USA? it would be of great help
Thanks
I'm really sorry - I only do 3 and 4B so have only been supplied with those questions. Maybe ask your teacher or someone in the year above you?
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