National 4 & 5 Modern Studies: Social Issues in the United Kingdom by Paul Creaney, Alison Elliott, Frank Cooney
  

National 4 & 5 Modern Studies: Social Issues in the United Kingdom

Written by Paul Creaney, Alison Elliott, Frank Cooney
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Part of the N4-5 Series

RRP £12.99

Synopsis

National 4 & 5 Modern Studies: Social Issues in the United Kingdom by Paul Creaney, Alison Elliott, Frank Cooney

Endorsed by SQA The complete resource, developed by top subject experts for the latest syllabus outlines. - Ensure understanding with questions for each topic throughout - Cover the new content areas and specified skills - Engage students with a full-colour, accessible format This is an up-to-date resources for the National 4 & 5 syllabus outlines offered by the Scottish Qualifications Authority for examination from 2014 onwards. Social Issues in the United Kingdom ensures that students are fully briefed on the relevant topic areas for exam preparation and analyses: - the causes and impact of social inequalities on individuals and communities - the causes and impacts of crime - government responses to these issues

About the Author

Frank Cooney is PT Modern Studies at St Ninian's High School in Kirkintilloch. Paul Creaney is PT Social Subjects at Our Lady and St Patrick's High School in Dumbarton. Alison Elliot is PT Modern Studies at Lenzie Academy.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Paul Creaney, Alison Elliott, Frank Cooney
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Publisher

Hodder Gibson an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

30th August 2013

ISBN

9781444182248


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