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Transcript of TMA 1
Write a report that examines the extent to which increased prosperity in the UK has been accompanied by an increase in happiness.
Using tables 1 &2, what can you say about the ethnicity of the population in England and Wales in 2001 and in 2011 and about the composition of the ethnic population of England and wales in 2011?
Examine the argument that identities of place can be a source of inclusion and exclusion.
The Way out
Drawing on what you have learned from the Making Social Lives DVD and Learning Companion 1, describe some inequalities on City Road.
TMA deadline = 28 October 13
Word limit = 750 words
Assignment worth 5% of overall mark.
Ideas / thoughts
Learning Companion 1
Making Social Lives DVD
Produce an essay plan and then write an essay that addresses the following:
outline the claim that consumption creates new social divisions.
essay deadline = 25 November 2013
word limit = 1250 words
worth 15 % of the overall mark
Tescopoly - Andrew Simms
Compare and contrast the modernist and flexible approaches to the ordering of traffic.
Evaluate the claim that britishness provides a unifying idea that links people, places and culture. OR
evaluate the claim that changes in personal identity are due to changes in practices and habits.
Examine and assess the claim that although 'the state is certainly there to keep its citizens in awe [...], the state also depends on those same citizens for its very existence. (Blakeley & Saward, 2009, p 358).
Examine and assess the claim that 'there is no legitimate authority internationally (Bromley, 2009, p427