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I agree that going to the theater is better than going to the cinema as you can see a televised production any time but the theater is something special it gives you an impression of something different.

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General Studies - 12/9/05 Q - How far do you agree that going to the theater is better A - I agree that going to the theater is better than going to the cinema as you can see a televised production any time but the theater is something special it gives you an impression of something different. ...read more.

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* Countries culture * Tradition * Special effects * More realistic * Cinema is an art * Good quality productions in cinema Q - Social mobility may be upwards or downwards, to what extent do you think Social mobility occurs in the uk today? A - Social mobility may have increased in recent years because of the countries current left-wing government, the government has introduced progressive systems of taxasion which is fairer than ...read more.

Conclusion

this gives people a chance to get better educated and move up in the world. In recent years there has been an increase in single parent families where the parent may not have the ability to work due to caring for children, this has caused a rise in unemployment. * Marriage - royalty * Talent recognized more * Children more free * Changing world - technology - industry - computers * Price of higher education * Family commitments * higher class know the right people ...read more.

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