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I'm doing the EPQ project this year and its a history/sociology based topic and my question and 4 key areas are:

Is social class still a factor in Entertainment and Leisure

- Elizabethan England
- Victorian Britain
- Post-war Britain
- Modern Britain

If anyone could recommend where to find reliable sources or anyone who I could email (teachers and professors are welcome to offer advice) that would be great.
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(Original post by shannon-emma)
I'm doing the EPQ project this year and its a history/sociology based topic and my question and 4 key areas are:

Is social class still a factor in Entertainment and Leisure

- Elizabethan England
- Victorian Britain
- Post-war Britain
- Modern Britain

If anyone could recommend where to find reliable sources or anyone who I could email (teachers and professors are welcome to offer advice) that would be great.
So I would suggest you really think how you are going to investigate this and what the point of contention and analysis is?
How on earth are you going to get away from the obvious answer of yes, because some people had lots of money and others did not?
Have you talked to your teacher about this and they approved?
What are you trying to show the reader? they dont want a textbook . They do want an investigation, analysis and evaluation by you.

You should work on an essay plan first and do some initial research to see how viable your title is.
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