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EPQ title help! To what extent is social media a successful platform for activism? Watch

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    I've just started researching into my EPQ titles however I've stumbled into a lot of reasons and any help would be very much appreciated.

    Firstly, is this title realistic? Can I really get some type of detailed answer in 6 months? Secondly where can I find the research material for this topic? I was thinking perhaps I could contrast couple of examples of activism from before social media and how it is now. However getting sufficient hard or online copies of material is proving to be very difficult.

    Thirdly, is this topic too vague? Should I narrow down to a certain period or a certain type of activism.

    Finally, while I was researching online I have found a lot of similar titles but could there be an area where I could be unique?

    Once again any help would be very much appreciated and hopefully can lead me to getting a top grade.
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