GCSE Causes of Crime 1529-present day PowerPoint

GCSE Causes of Crime 1529-present day PowerPoint

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A PowerPoint presentation with slides covering the following topics:

Key Question One: What were the main causes and types of crime in Wales and England in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries?

Key Question Two: How did types of crime and their causes change in Wales and England in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?

Key Question Three: Why have there been new causes and types of crime in Wales and England in the twentieth and twenty first centuries?

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