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Applying material from the item, analyse two reasons why younger people are generally less religious than older people

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Applying material from the item, analyse two criticisms of the view that religion is merely a tool of oppression

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Applying material from the item, analyse two reasons for gender differences in the membership of religious organisations.

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How to get an A* in A-level Sociology (Paper 2: Families and Households section only)

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Applying material from Item C, analyse two ways in which migration patterns have affected household structures in the United Kingdom (10)

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How to get an A* in A-level Sociology (Crime and Deviance)

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Applying material from Item C and your knowledge, evaluate the view that conflict approaches are more useful than consensus approaches to our understanding of society (20)

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Analyse two ways in which deviant subcultures may respond to the difficulties of achieving mainstream goals (10)

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How to get an A* in A-level Sociology

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Applying material from Item A, analyse two effects of increased parental choice on pupils’ experience of education.

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