Democracy in Scotland and the UK 2020 Update: for National 5/Higher Modern Studies and Politics
Ensure that students understand recent issues and debates in Scotland and the UK - and know how to use these examples effectively in the National 5/Higher Modern Studies and Higher Politics exams.> Review the key developments in Scottish and UK politics in 2019, with expert analysis that supports revision, the assignments and the question papers> Consolidate understanding and practise for the exams with short knowledge-check questions at the end of every article> Easily see how each article links to the National 5/Higher Modern Studies and Higher Politics specifications so you know how and when to reference themTopics covered:> Citizens' Assemblies - Are they a good way to clear political logjams?> The Scottish Parliament - Is it a failing institution?> Extinction Rebellion - Do single-issue pressure groups undermine democracy?> Scottish electoral systems - Are they fit for purpose?> Brexit - Is it 'the UK's constitutional time-bomb'?> Education policy in Scotland - Addressing the attainment gap or widening it?> Independence for Scotland - Is it getting closer and what would it look like?> The 2019 General Election - Why did it happen and what did it tell us?
- 2020 Paul Fairclough and Euan M. Duncan
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