Predictions for 24 markers AS sociology unit 1. Families and households?

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Too much to revise for! I really want to narrow it down slightly if anyone has any predictions
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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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Im thinking childhood/social policy could be two biggies. It's hard to tell..
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Too much to revise for! I really want to narrow it down slightly if anyone has any predictions
Yeah we got told sp and childhood too!! Xx
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feminism has never come up


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feminism has never come up

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Yeah that's true also we got told about feminism as well! Might ask about the feminist view about the family or how it's shaped our understanding so could mention the 3 main types could mention domestic violence like dobash and dobash and when talking about liberal could say changes in the law has given women encouragement to follow careers instead of being housewife. Then could criticise w parsons for example about women being suited to expressive role in the home etc
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Looked at the past five exam papers as thats all are on the AQA website and found that marriage/ divorce has come up 3/5 times, ageing population 2/5. Infant mortality 2/5 and family diversity 1/5. Not sure if this is any help but this is what I have noticed. Government policies came up in 2012 however what I have noticed is:
Extended family
Triple shift
Same sex families
Murdocks four functions of the family
Feminism/ new right
Family life cycle
Industrulatisaltion of the family
Parsons two stages of the family

But don't worry about the exam there are to 24 mark questions and you can still get high marks if you don't answer both fully.
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It was social policies and childhood
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