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To improve your grade from a B to an A your exam answer must be in depth and concise. A B grade student will include key terminology that will earn marks for knowledge; however, an A grade student would take this a step further and define the key terminology within their answer to portray knowledge and understanding, which will subsequently earn them more marks. Furthermore, a B grade student will answer the question adequately, yet they may not illustrate outstanding understanding of a concept to be in the top bands. To improve upon this one may use a paragraph structure known as: PEEL. P: point. E: example. E: explanation. L: link. This simple structure will enable you to earn marks for your application, and for your knowledge. This technique will also allow one to answer the question properly, as it is easy for students to lose track of what is actually being asked from them. The explanation part should dominate the paragraph as it is significant for the student to include relevant theoretical perspectives. This differentiates a B grade student from an A grade student.
Would like evidence from reliable sources for and against this for an essay for my foundation year at university.
Using insights gathered from one criminological theory or perspective of your choice, critically evaluate the importance of ‘social capital’, or community membership, as a factor that impacts upon the causes of crime and offending. Is there evidence that social capital is really as influential in practice as might be thought? How can we best address the issue of social capital in practice so as to reduce crime rates?
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