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Government and Politics AS and A2 High Storrs School
What’s happening in the world that is political?
What do we study? AS Government and Politics Unit 1 Participation and voting behaviour Electoral Systems and referenda Pressure groups and protest movements
AS Government and Politics Unit 2 The British Constitution Parliament The Core Executive
A2 Government and Politics Unit 3 Socialism Liberalism Fascism
A2 Government and Politics Unit 4 Ethnicity and Gender The Economy Environment
How are we assessed? All examination Each examination 90 mins Examined in May/June
Activities and resources Student Books Politics Review MLE Visits where possible – Parliament Lectures and ESRC activities Practical – running school election
Careers Teaching /lecturing Journalism Criminology Law Research Local/national/European government Police..etc..
Why study Government and Politics?
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