Question 15 and 16 - 2010 HSC
Outline the historical origins of a belief system. Explain how globalisation has made an impact on the belief system. (Previously question 13a and 13b)
Question 17 - 2010 HSC
Explain the relationship of a belief system to peace and conflict in the world. (Previously question 13c)
Question 25 - 2010 HSC
Analyse the role of ideology and belief in society. (Previously question 17)
Question 26 - 2010 HSC
Assess the possible impacts of maintaining existing inequalities for a society you have studied. (Previously question 18)
Question 7a - 2002 HSC
Evaluate the effects of technology, discrimination and socioeconomic status on access to socially valued resources.
Question 7a - 2001 HSC
Analyse how social class, ethnicity and prejudice affect the power and authority of one group in society.
Question 5a - 2001 HSC
Analyse how globalisation, access and ideology influence either continuity or change in consumption of one popular culture.
Question 12 and 13 - 2010 HSC
Outline the origins of a popular culture. Describe the impact that heroes have had on the consumption of that popular culture. (Previously question 12a and 12b)
Question 14 - 2010 HSC
Evaluate the implications of continued globalisation on the future consumption of a popular culture. (Previously question 12c)
Question 24 - 2010 HSC
Evaluate the role of the media in the development of popular culture from a local to a national to a global level. (Previously question 16)
Question 21 and 22 - 2010 HSC
Outline the concepts of work and leisure. Explain how technology has contributed to changing patterns of leisure.
Question 23 - 2010 HSC
Analyse the impact that technology may have on work and leisure in the future. (Previously question 15c)
Personal Interest Project - 2010 HSC
Question 1 - 2002 HSC
Definitions of micro and macro worlds. Describe how you experience continuity and change in either your micro or macro world.
Question 1 - 2001 HSC
Identify an aspect of a gender role and how it has changed over time. Evaluate the impact of society's expectations of gender on your own experience.
Question 2 - 2002 HSC
Identify a country and a feature that demonstrates both continuity and change. Evaluate how power and authority impact on the feature identified.
Question 2 - 2001 HSC
Definitions of quantitative and qualitative research. Identify and justify choice of an appropriate methodology to research the impact of technology on family relationships.
Question 3 - 2002 HSC
Contrast the research techniques of observation and participant observation. Assess the value of participant observation in a study of teenage gangs.
Question 3 - 2001 HSC
Identify a theory of social change and evaluate how the theory helps you understand a feature of continuity and a feature of change in a country you have studied.
Question 4 - 2010 HSC
Explain how the cartoon illustrates one change in the use of technology.
Question 8 - 2010 HSC
Select a group and explain how it has benefited from one continuity in society.
Question 11 - 2010 HSC
Assess the impact that a change has had on a tradition within a country you have studied.