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Was wondering if Industrialisation is worth revising, we were taught it but it's never come up on a past paper
Also which are most likely come come up on the AS resit tomorrow?
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You need to talk about industrilisation in relation to functionalism and parsons functional fit theory. You'll never get a question on just industrilisation and it's pretty unlikely functionalism would come up this year so I would just skim over it.
Basically parsons argues that in a pre industrial society the extended family were the most dominant family type but as society became more industrialised the family needed to become geographically mobile to find work so broke away and became the isolated nuclear family and parsons therefore concludes the nuclear family is the family type best fit in an industrial society
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Industrialisation won't come up as a single question, that'll only be on the A2 papers. Also there's about 5 other recent threads with predictions
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(Original post by Amymorican)
You need to talk about industrilisation in relation to functionalism and parsons functional fit theory. You'll never get a question on just industrilisation and it's pretty unlikely functionalism would come up this year so I would just skim over it.
Basically parsons argues that in a pre industrial society the extended family were the most dominant family type but as society became more industrialised the family needed to become geographically mobile to find work so broke away and became the isolated nuclear family and parsons therefore concludes the nuclear family is the family type best fit in an industrial society
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Industrialisation won't come up as a single question, that'll only be on the A2 papers. Also there's about 5 other recent threads with predictions
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