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    Is 'Does 21st Century Feminism in economically developed countries such as America and Britain focus too much on trivial matters' a good title?

    Also, how shall I fill out my production log? And how can I find a variety of sources?
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    Is 'Does 21st Century Feminism in economically developed countries such as America and Britain focus too much on trivial matters' a good title?

    Also, how shall I fill out my production log? And how can I find a variety of sources?
    I think that your title might be a bit too broad at the moment, perhaps you could choose Britain and/or America rather than economically developed countries in general? Also (fairly obviously), you'll need to elaborate on the matters that you're going to discuss in the introduction, to make it clear what sorts of things you're referring to.

    Generally, I'd advise filling out the production log as thoroughly as you can, since the majority of marks for the EPQ come from the planning and development of the project, which is shown in the log. Have you got any more specific questions about the production log?

    The Internet is a great tool for finding resources, for example you can use Google Scholar to find articles, and YouTube to find documentaries. Your college library will also likely have plenty of books which may be of interest
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    I think that your title might be a bit too broad at the moment, perhaps you could choose Britain and/or America rather than economically developed countries in general? Also (fairly obviously), you'll need to elaborate on the matters that you're going to discuss in the introduction, to make it clear what sorts of things you're referring to.

    Generally, I'd advise filling out the production log as thoroughly as you can, since the majority of marks for the EPQ come from the planning and development of the project, which is shown in the log. Have you got any more specific questions about the production log?

    The Internet is a great tool for finding resources, for example you can use Google Scholar to find articles, and YouTube to find documentaries. Your college library will also likely have plenty of books which may be of interest
    changed it to 'Does 21st century feminism in America and Britain focus too much on trivial matters in comparison to first wave feminism' hopefully that'll be okay?

    What sort of things should I write on my log? What I've been doing? My EPQ tutor is so busy she didn't explain when I asked
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    (Original post by CinnamonSmol)
    changed it to 'Does 21st century feminism in America and Britain focus too much on trivial matters in comparison to first wave feminism' hopefully that'll be okay?

    What sort of things should I write on my log? What I've been doing? My EPQ tutor is so busy she didn't explain when I asked
    Yes, that seems more focused

    I feel like you might've already told me, but which exam board are you doing your project with? I did mine with AQA, and the log book had guidance on what to include in it. We had to write about things like what we've done so far, what our next steps will be, any changes we've made and feedback we've been given from our supervisor
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    Yes, that seems more focused

    I feel like you might've already told me, but which exam board are you doing your project with? I did mine with AQA, and the log book had guidance on what to include in it. We had to write about things like what we've done so far, what our next steps will be, any changes we've made and feedback we've been given from our supervisor
    Probably have tbh, made enough EPQ threads on here to last an entire year oops.... I'm doing AQA. I see, and did you have to date it so then the examiners/whoever marks it knows what you're talking about or do you give an overall summary of your development?
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    (Original post by CinnamonSmol)
    Probably have tbh, made enough EPQ threads on here to last an entire year oops.... I'm doing AQA. I see, and did you have to date it so then the examiners/whoever marks it knows what you're talking about or do you give an overall summary of your development?
    You only need to discuss your progress etc at the start, middle, and end of your project (or at least that's how it was when I did it), so you just need a summary of what you've done. The only bits you need to date are the sections on the contents page (from what I remember, there was a column with each section like candidate declaration, record of initial planning, project proposal etc and then a date completed column next to it)

    Edit - you do need to put a date on each review section, but you still only need an overall summary
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    You only need to discuss your progress etc at the start, middle, and end of your project (or at least that's how it was when I did it), so you just need a summary of what you've done. The only bits you need to date are the sections on the contents page (from what I remember, there was a column with each section like candidate declaration, record of initial planning, project proposal etc and then a date completed column next to it)

    Edit - you do need to put a date on each review section, but you still only need an overall summary
    Nice, okay, thank you so much for your help
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    Nice, okay, thank you so much for your help
    No problem, best of luck with it
 
 
 
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