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Hi,
I'm starting my NEA very soon and need to come up with an appropriate title. Does anyone have any tips on how to choose a title?
Any help would be much appreciated, thank you
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To what extent is there more evidence of social inequality / multiple deprivation in place X than place Y
- 2011 government census data
- 2015 multiple deprivation index choropleth map
You could investigate factors such as housing tenure, car ownership, average income vs house price, % of those who have degrees etc.

Your title should contain “to what extent” or some phrase which can create an argument or discussion through your work. With inequality you should be looking to compare and contrast two places, maybe two different small towns or regions within a larger town for example, or you can assess the level of social inequality in one area. Make sure you read some articles / available literature on the topic, either looking at things online or visiting an academic library.
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(Original post by Deggs_14)
To what extent is there more evidence of social inequality / multiple deprivation in place X than place Y
- 2011 government census data
- 2015 multiple deprivation index choropleth map
You could investigate factors such as housing tenure, car ownership, average income vs house price, % of those who have degrees etc.

Your title should contain “to what extent” or some phrase which can create an argument or discussion through your work. With inequality you should be looking to compare and contrast two places, maybe two different small towns or regions within a larger town for example, or you can assess the level of social inequality in one area. Make sure you read some articles / available literature on the topic, either looking at things online or visiting an academic library.
This is so helpful - thank you
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