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Theories of Poverty and Anti-Poverty Programs in Community Development
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‘Sports participation is directly affected by social exclusion’. Drawing on the literature from the sociology of sport discuss the statement in relation to TWO of the following; gender, disability, sexuality, race and class.
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Topic 1: Increasing travels between countries enable people to learn different cultures or to increase tension between people from different countries?
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1. Why would you make a good Lieutenant?
My current objective is to be promoted to the position of Emergency Medical Services Lieutenant within the -Fire Department. In writing this essay I hope to clearly outline the characteristics, experiences, ambition and attitude that would make me and ideal
Critically evaluate the concept of the working class in modern Britain
Working class is one of the main social classes, as Browne(2002:6) defines the working class as ‘a large social class consisting of those whose work involves a high degree of physical effort and who work with their hands, eith