Families & Households: AQA A Level Sociology Topic Ten Markers
A set of exemplar Topic Ten Markers for Families & Households.
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The 10 mark questions answered in this resource are:
Outline and explain two ways in which economic change has influenced the experience of childhood. (10 marks)
Outline and explain two ways in which demographic changes since 1900 have impacted on the structures of families and households. (10 marks)
Outline and explain two ways in which migration might have affected gender roles in the family. (10 marks)
Outline and explain two ways in which changes in gender roles in the family has influenced patterns of marriage and divorce. (10 marks)
Outline and explain two ways in which patterns of marriage and divorce have affected family diversity. (10 marks)
Outline and explain two ways an ageing population might affect household structures. (10 marks)
Applying material from Item C, analyse two criticisms of functionalist views of the role of the family. (10 marks)
Applying material from Item C, analyse two ways in which the family might benefit capitalism. (10 marks)
Applying material from Item C, analyse two ways in which childhood is a specially protected and privileged phase of life. (10 marks)
Applying material from Item C, analyse two reasons for people getting married later in life than they used to. (10 marks)
Applying material from Item C, analyse two reasons why the total fertility rate reduced through the 20th century. (10 marks)
Applying material from Item C, analyse two criticisms of the view that society today is characterised by family diversity. (10 marks)
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