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In the belief exam yesterday the essay question was based on postmodernism and spirituality as well as secularisation however in my essay I wrote about the sectarian cycle, social change, relative deprivation and the theordicy of dispriveleged and my evaluations were based on the existential security theory and evidence against secularisation. Would this still be wrong because I haven’t used postmodernist concepts?
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I mean technically everything is post-modernist
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I mean technically everything is post-modernist
So would that be Okay?
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So would that be Okay?
I think so
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Thank you! I’ve been having a breakdown over it all day because I did link it to spirituality I just didn’t use specifically postmodernist theories and I did evaluate it with the existential security theory and views against secularisation. I’m just hoping the examiner gives me the Marks 😂
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