Global Development: AQA A Level Sociology Topic Ten Markers
This set of ten markers demonstrates how to write a top mark band response to a range of questions for the Global Development topic.
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The ten markers covered in this digital resource are:
- Outline and explain two ways in which conflict in developing countries may cause harm to the environment (10 marks)
- Outline and explain two ways in which promoting women’s education in the developing world can aid the process of development. (10 marks)
- Outline and explain two ways in which trans-national companies (TNCs) can promote the values of modernisation in the developing world (10 marks)
- Outline and explain two ways in which urbanisation can impact on the health care chances of the developing world. (10 marks)
- Outline and explain two ways in which aid can contribute towards environmental problems in the developing world. (10 marks)
- Outline and explain two ways in which gender differences in the developing world can be addressed by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) (10 marks)
- Applying material from Item K, analyse two ways in which aid can be seen to serve the needs of the West rather than the developing world (10 marks)
- Applying material from Item K analyse two ways in which TNCs might impact on the process of development (10 marks)
- Applying material from Item K, analyse two ways in which conflict can impact on the process of development (10 marks)
- Applying material from Item K, analyse two ways in which the process of industrialisation can impact on development (10 marks)
- Applying material from Item K, analyse two ways in which overpopulation can impact on developing nations (10 marks)
- Applying material from Item K, analyse two ways in which trade can impact on the process of development (10 marks)
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