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Hey, so my school has started setting us A-Level work to prepare us for year 12, however my psychology twacher hasn't set us much help, just tasks, and I was wondering how I would lay out my answer to a question because I have no idea where to even start.

The question is a 10 mark question:
Using Social learning principles explain why media (such as violent videos) may potentially have a negative impact on children's behavior (10 marks)

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(Original post by EllaIsUnusual)
Hey, so my school has started setting us A-Level work to prepare us for year 12, however my psychology twacher hasn't set us much help, just tasks, and I was wondering how I would lay out my answer to a question because I have no idea where to even start.

The question is a 10 mark question:
Using Social learning principles explain why media (such as violent videos) may potentially have a negative impact on children's behavior (10 marks)

Thanks in advance
My exam board is AQA- social learning is part of what we learn but the media isn't- but structuring should be mostly relevant.

For a 10 marker, you would typically outline the Social Learning Principles (no more than one paragraph) and then go on to discuss so the question says MAY have a negative impacts- so there I would write three more paragraphs about this- so look at both sides of the argument- one paragraph on yes it has negative effects and another saying it doesn't.
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My exam board is AQA- social learning is part of what we learn but the media isn't- but structuring should be mostly relevant.

For a 10 marker, you would typically outline the Social Learning Principles (no more than one paragraph) and then go on to discuss so the question says MAY have a negative impacts- so there I would write three more paragraphs about this- so look at both sides of the argument- one paragraph on yes it has negative effects and another saying it doesn't.
Thank you so much, this is really helpful. I really appreciate it.
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Thank you so much, this is really helpful. I really appreciate it.
If we had the social learning theory as a question- we would tend to evaluate the approach as well But I'm not sure if that is relevant to your question!
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