National 4 & 5 Modern Studies: World Powers and International Issues by Frank Cooney, George Clarke, Pauline Kelly
  

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National 4 & 5 Modern Studies: World Powers and International Issues by Frank Cooney, George Clarke, Pauline Kelly

The complete resource for National 4 & 5 Modern Studies endorsed by SQA. National 4 & 5 Modern Studies titles from Hodder Gibson provide up-to-date resources for the National 4 &5 syllabus outlines offered by the Scottish Qualifications Authority for examination from 2014 onwards. World Powers and International Issues analyses the USA, China, Developing Issues in Africa, Security Issues of Western Countries and Economic Alliances, thus ensuring that students are fully briefed on the relevant topic areas for exam preparation.

About the Author

Frank Cooney is PT Modern Studies at St Ninian's High School in Kirkintilloch. George Clarke is PT Modern Studies at Culloden Academy. Pauline Kelly is Modern Studies teacher at Notre Dame High School in Glasgow.

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Paperback
144 pages

Author

Frank Cooney, George Clarke, Pauline Kelly
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Publication date

31st January 2014

ISBN

9781444182613


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