Gov and Pol: AS

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  • Gov and Pol: AS
    • Unit 1
      • T1: Participation and Voting Behaviour
        • Types of political systems
        • Direct Democracy/representative
        • Voter turnout
          • Voting behaviour
          • The media
            • Image of the party leader
          • Personal characteristics
        • Other types of participation
      • T2: Electoral Systems
        • Vote share/Seat share
          • Majoritarian
          • Safe Seats/Swing seat
        • FPTP
        • AV
        • SV
        • Run-Off Voting
        • Proportional systems
        • Closed lists
        • STV
        • Party systems
        • Coalition
      • T3: Political Parties
        • Function of political parties
        • Aggregating society's desires
        • Contesting Elections
        • Origin of parties
        • Rebels and whipping system
        • Minor Parties
        • Independent MPs
        • Problems with parties
        • Ideologies in parties
        • Conservative/Labour/LibDem/SNP/PlaidCymru/BNP/UKIP/Green/NI
          • Membership
            • Broadcasts
            • Funding
          • Reasons for a fall
            • Consequences
          • Campaigning
      • Topic 4: Pressure Groups and Protest Movements
        • Classification
          • Sectional
          • Casual
          • Insider
          • Outsider
        • Activity
          • Lobbying
            • The Government
          • The media
        • Trade Unions
        • Commercial Pressure Groups
        • Pluralism
    • Unit 2
      • T1: British Constitution
        • Written/Unwritten
        • Codified/Uncodified
        • Flexible/Rigid
        • Unitary/Federal
        • Works/documents of authority
        • Role of the Monarch
          • Role of Judges
        • Rule of Law
        • HRA 1998
        • Court system in the UK
      • T2: Parliament
        • Branches of Gov
        • Role of the Speaker
          • Electing the Speaker
        • Commons Business
        • Legislating
          • Consultation stage
            • First Reading
              • Second reading
                • Committee Stage
                  • Report stage
                    • Third Reading
            • PMBs
          • Role of the Whips
        • Role of Parliament
          • Adjournment debates
            • Emergency debates
          • PM Question Time
          • Select committe system
          • Her majesty's rooyal opposition
          • TV/Media/Critisism
        • Role of MPs
          • Representing constituents
          • Passing legislation
          • Asking ministers
          • Crossing the floor
          • Pay and expenses
          • MP backgrounds
        • HOUSE OF LORDS
          • Types
            • Lfe Peers
          • Reform acts 1911 and
          • Functions
      • Topic 3: The Core Executive
        • The Cabinet
          • Appointments
          • Functions
        • PM
        • Civil Servants
      • T4: Multi-Level Governance
        • Loccal Government
        • Councillors
        • Scotland and Wales
        • European Union
          • History
          • Organsation
            • Judiciary
            • Executive
            • Legislature
          • EU council
          • Future
  • Common Law
    • Royal Perogative
    • T1: British Constitution
      • Written/Unwritten
      • Codified/Uncodified
      • Flexible/Rigid
      • Unitary/Federal
      • Works/documents of authority
      • Role of the Monarch
        • Role of Judges
      • Rule of Law
      • HRA 1998
      • Court system in the UK

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