Causes of Crime 1529-present day

Causes of Crime 1529-present day

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Part one of the booklet covers: Key Question 1: What were the main causes and types of crime in Wales and England in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries?
Part two of the booklet covers: Key Question 2: How did types of crime and their causes change in Wales and England in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?
Part three of the booklet covers: Key Question 3: Why have there been new causes and types of crime in Wales and England in the twentieth and twenty first centuries?

The 36 page information booklet is suitable for GCSE students studying the first part of the Crime and Punishment module: Causes of Crime 1529-present day.

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GCSE Route B: Study in Development

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