AQA GCSE Citizenship Studies
Theme 1: Community Action and Active Citizenship
- 1.1 What factors make for effective ‘active citizenship’?
- 1.2 Who can make a difference?
- 1.3 How and why are Citizenship issues relevant in the workplace?
Theme 2: Being a Citizen in the UK: Democracy and Identity
- 2.1 What are the roles of Parliament and Government?
- 2.2 How can citizens participate in democratic processes, particularly elections and voting?
- 2.3 The origins and implications of diversity in the United Kingdom
- 2.4 Ethnicity, identity, community life and promoting cohesion
Theme 3: Fairness and Justice
- 3.1 What are my rights and responsibilities as a British citizen within a broader framework of human rights?
- 3.2 How are citizens’ lives affected by the law?
- 3.3 How effective is the criminal justice system?
- 3.4 Why does the media matter and how influential is it?
Theme 4: Global Issues and Making a Difference
- 4.1 How effective are the key international bodies in dealing with important and global issues?
- 4.2 What are the challenges faced by the global community regarding inequality, and how might they be dealt with?
- 4.3 What are the challenges of global interdependence and how might they be tackled?
- 4.4 Why should British citizens care about, or be involved in, world affairs?
- 4.5 How are international issues influenced? The citizen’s voice in the global village