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AS and A Level: Work & Leisure
271 AS and A Level Work & Leisure essays
- Marked by Teachers essays 1
In What Ways Did Popular Culture and People’s Pastimes Divert the Working Class Away From Socialism?4 star(s)
There are many strengths to this piece of work. As a letter written from the perspective of Mr Priestley, the 'voice' is mostly authentic. The student clearly has…
- Essay length: 1759 words
- Submitted: 23/01/2004
- Marked by teacher: Melissa Thompson 09/12/1999
Assess the view that vocational education and training schemes have done nothing to reduce social inequalities.
- Essay length: 582 words
- Submitted: 03/07/2012
- Essay length: 2903 words
- Submitted: 11/05/2012
Obesity is not the individual's problem. The spark in obesity rates means that many people are forced into becoming obese.
- Essay length: 1172 words
- Submitted: 17/02/2012
Outline some of the ways in which some marketisation and selection policies may produce social class differences in educational achievement.
- Essay length: 971 words
- Submitted: 15/02/2012
Assess the view that the education system exists mainly to select and prepare young people for their future work roles.
- Essay length: 591 words
- Submitted: 26/01/2012
Outline and evaluate the view that changes in the workplace have threatened the social roles and identities of men in society.
- Essay length: 581 words
- Submitted: 27/09/2011
- Essay length: 1967 words
- Submitted: 06/05/2011
- Essay length: 609 words
- Submitted: 04/04/2011
- Essay length: 1774 words
- Submitted: 02/06/2010
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