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I'm trying to make a level predictions for 2019
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research methods:
advantages of overt participant observation (4 marks)
importance of ethical issues in research (16 marks)

Families and Households:
Define net migration (2 marks)
1 example why the family might be a negative experience for women (2 marks)
3 reasons for the increase in one person households (6 marks)
2 examples why the changes in families and households may affect the experience of children (10 marks)
Item about family diversity, postmodernist, modernist views etc (20 marks)
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AQA have said just because something came up on the AS doesn't mean it won't on the A2 exam. They're independent exams.
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AQA have said just because something came up on the AS doesn't mean it won't on the A2 exam. They're independent exams.
I know but its also good to practice questions
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Just to make sure, for paper 1, was the 20 mark question on labelling, just to see if the 2 papers correspond
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research methods:
advantages of overt participant observation (4 marks)
importance of ethical issues in research (16 marks)

Families and Households:
Define net migration (2 marks)
1 example why the family might be a negative experience for women (2 marks)
3 reasons for the increase in one person households (6 marks)
2 examples why the changes in families and households may affect the experience of children (10 marks)
Item about family diversity, postmodernist, modernist views etc (20 marks)
good luck xx
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Is this the AS paper for families and households?
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Just to make sure, for paper 1, was the 20 mark question on labelling, just to see if the 2 papers correspond
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AQA have said just because something came up on the AS doesn't mean it won't on the A2 exam. They're independent exams.
Wdum??
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Is this the AS paper for families and households?
Nah that 20 marker was for Paper 1 on education, did you do it?
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Yh
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Nah that 20 marker was for Paper 1 on education, did you do it?
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Yh
Just to be 100% sure, you got that 20 marker for the education test (it said on our on the 2019 AS paper), and those questions in this thread are the questions for paper 2.
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Yep my 20 marker was labelling but I don’t do AS I do a level but we still did the AS exam internally and it’s the same paper. If you did the AS external your first question was what is cultural capital ?
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Just to be 100% sure, you got that 20 marker for the education test (it said on our on the 2019 AS paper), and those questions in this thread are the questions for paper 2.
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Yep my 20 marker was labelling but I don’t do AS I do a level but we still did the AS exam internally and it’s the same paper. If you did the AS external your first question was what is cultural capital ?
Yes, thank you so much!
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You don’t do AS tho right ? U just did the exam internally ?
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Yes, thank you so much!
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Is this the AS paper 2019?
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research methods:
advantages of overt participant observation (4 marks)
importance of ethical issues in research (16 marks)

Families and Households:
Define net migration (2 marks)
1 example why the family might be a negative experience for women (2 marks)
3 reasons for the increase in one person households (6 marks)
2 examples why the changes in families and households may affect the experience of children (10 marks)
Item about family diversity, postmodernist, modernist views etc (20 marks)
good luck xx
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Could you please explain how to answer question 4 please ??


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Just to make sure, for paper 1, was the 20 mark question on labelling, just to see if the 2 papers correspond
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for paper 1 or paper 2
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Paper 1 or paper 2
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Could you please explain how to answer question 4 please ??
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Paper 2 AS please
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for paper 1 or paper 2
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Explain why the changes in families and households may affect the experience of children
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Paper 1 or paper 2
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Explain why the changes in families and households may affect the experience of children
I haven't done paper 2 yet, but looking at those questions:

Point 1 on Jenks and where he says an increase in divorce leads to more child security (positive experience), u should read up on it
Point 2 on smaller families leads to child-centredness, which is a positive experience. That was just being brief with them
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