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Compare and contrast Ancient Greek and Enlightenment views on the child and childhood. Evaluate which philosophical ideas from these two periods have most influence in UK society as evidenced by current legislation and childcare / educational provision
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Compare and contrast Ancient Greek and Enlightenment views on the child and childhood. Evaluate which philosophical ideas from these two periods have most influence in UK society as evidenced by current legislation and childcare / educational provision
Pretty sure you're meant to answer questions yourself at uni
If you're stuck on something, ask your tutor.
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Suck ur mum. I only asked for help. Rude
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Suck ur mum. I only asked for help. Rude
It's not rude. Study help on TSR is supposed to be strictly guidance-only. You can ask for ideas on how to approach a question, but you can't post a question and then expect others to do it for you, and to point that out is certainly no warrant to respond as rudely as you did (the irony :rolleyes:).
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Suck ur mum. I only asked for help. Rude
Pot, kettle, black?

I did give you help, you should know how to answer as it's presumably your course. Tutors are there to guide you with certain issues, that is their job and they are most familiar with the topics.

And to be precise, you didn't so much ask for help, as pose your entire question as if someone else were to answer it for you.
It's one thing to ask for help over a key topic you don't understand, a whole other to simply post the question.

(Not to mention this is not a Uni of Bristol issue - and I certainly hope someone as rude as you have been is not a fellow student).

**Edit - having had a gander through your posts it appears you have a fundamental failing to grasp part of your course, and this really is something you should be discussing with your tutors rather than not understanding anything and seeking help in a very inefficient way here.
As a student you should be capable of working out the issues for yourself, how to reference, structure arguments etc should be made clear to you by the university. First year is exactly the time to be making mistakes and learning, and becoming independent, not relying on the internet to solve what are fundamental issues.
That is what you are paying university to help you with, utilise it.
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