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    Hi guys,
    So I'm just starting research on my EPQ, something hopefully along the lines of 'to what extent were women socially liberated in the USA during the 1920s?' looking at flapper culture and the 'new woman' etc.
    The only issue I have is that at GCSE my old school studied 1920s and 30s America and very briefly touched on women. I spoke to my teacher who said this should be ok, however, looking more into the topic it's sometimes linked with the topics we studied at GCSE (e.g consumerism) - should my EPQ still be ok? I'm hoping that because it was only GCSE and I'm linking it to women, not solely focusing on it as a topic, that I might get away with it
    Thanks!
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    You should be fine as long as you can show that you've moved on since what you've studied, done your own research and developed your own ideas. Your teacher should be able to advise once you've got an essay plan.
 
 
 
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