Intermediate Modern Studies by Dhillon Guch, Alison Elliott, Vicki Jolly


Intermediate Modern Studies by Dhillon Guch, Alison Elliott, Vicki Jolly

This comprehensive textbook provides detailed coverage of all political and social issues themes, and the most popular international issues study themes. It is the first major detailed textbook for Intermediate 1 and 2, covering the most popular study themes as outlined by the Scottish Qualifications Authority. Appropriate background and detailed information is followed by structured, exam-type questions that allow students to develop confidence and competence in exam technique. Sources that are often found in Enquiry Skill questions are also highlighted throughout the book in the form of tables, bar charts and diagrams. Topics covered include: Devolved Decision Making in Scotland Government and Decision Making in Central Government Wealth and Health in the United Kingdom Crime and the Law in Society The Republic of South Africa The People's Republic of China The United States of America

About the Author

Guch Dhillon is Depute Head at a Scottish secondary school and teacher of Modern Studies; Alison Elliott is a Principal Teacher of Modern Studies at a Scottish secondary school; Vicki Jolly is a Modern Studies teacher and PT Pastoral Care at a Scottish secondary school

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228 pages


Dhillon Guch, Alison Elliott, Vicki Jolly
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Publication date

26th February 2010



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