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People, Power and Politics By Angela Anderson

People, Power and Politics by Angela Anderson

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One of four students' books in an A-level history course which includes a wide range of original source materials and integrates content, concepts and skills with investigative approaches, with the aim of developing genuine historical understanding.

People, Power and Politics Summary

People, Power and Politics: Modules 3 & 4: Was There a Mid-seventeenth-century English Revolution? - A Study in Depth by Angela Anderson

This is one of four students' books in an A-level history course, taking students' understanding on from the level reached at the age of 16 through a series of developmental stages. The course is divided into two parts - "A Study in Depth", which focuses on the mid-17th century English Revolution, and "A Study in Development", which looks at the development of political power over the last 1500 years. The course includes a wide range of original source materials and integrates content, concepts and skills with investigative approaches, with the aim of developing genuine historical understanding.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Module 3 - a popular revolution: Unit 3.1 political and religious radicalism - the rise and decline of radicalism, political and religious radicalism 1940-60, what was radicalism? (interpretation of sources in context), the significance of radicalism; Unit 3.2 the Levellers - the Leveller movement, what did the Levellers stand for?, why did the Levellers fail?; Unit 3.3 the Ranters (myth or reality?) - who were the Ranters?, the Ranters in contemporary sources, the Ranters in context, historians and the Ranters; Unit 3.4 the Quaker scare - why were the Quakers successful?, the Quaker movement, the role of different factors, evaluating your explanation (Quakers, Ranters and Seekers); Unit 3.5 the radical tradition (a revolution in ideas) - the historical significance of radicalism, popular unrest 1381-1918. Part 2 Module 4 comparisons in space and time: Unit 4.1 a view from the country - the local perspective (issues and themes), a case study (Hull and the Civil War); Unit 4.2 the general crisis in Europe - European revolutions 1640-60; Unit 4.3 what do we mean by a revolution? - comparative history, the influence of individuals, revolution in France 1789-1815, models of revolution; Unit 4.4 was there an English Revolution?

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GOR004738809
9780748714971
0748714979
People, Power and Politics: Modules 3 & 4: Was There a Mid-seventeenth-century English Revolution? - A Study in Depth by Angela Anderson
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
1994-01-31
192
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