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Author Fisher, Alec.

Title My Revision Notes
Published London : Hodder Education Group, 2018
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Contents Cover; Book title; Copyright; Contents; Part 1: Crime and punishment in Britain, c.1000-present; An overview of crime and punishment from c.1000; The role of factors; c.1000-c.1500: Crime and punishment in medieval England; 1 Anglo-Saxon justice; 1.1 Anglo-Saxon law enforcement; 1.2 Anglo-Saxon punishments; 2 The effect of the Norman Conquest on crime and punishment; 2.1 Norman laws; 2.2 Norman law enforcement; 2.3 Norman punishments; 3 Crime and punishment in the later middle ages; 3.1 Law enforcement in the later middle ages; 3.2 Punishments in the later middle ages
1.2 Case study: The treatment of conscientious objectors in the First and Second World Wars2 The nature of law enforcement and punishment (1); 2.1 Increased specialisation in the police force; 2.2 The impact of science and technology on policing; 2.3 Crime prevention and community relations; 3 The nature of law enforcement and punishment (2); 3.1 The abolition of the death penalty; 3.2 Case study: Derek Bentley; 3.3 Changes to prisons and non-custodial punishments; Part 2: Whitechapel, c.1870-c.1900: crime, policing and the inner city; 1 The context of Whitechapel; 1.1 Housing in Whitechapel
3 The nature of law enforcement and punishment (1)3.1 The Fielding brothers and the Bow Street Runners; 3.2 Case study: Robert Peel and the Metropolitan Police Force; 3.3 The development of policing after 1829; 4 The nature of law enforcement and punishment (2); 4.1 The abolition of the Bloody Code; 4.2 Transportation; 4.3 Changes to prisons; 4.4 Case study: Pentonville and the separate system; c.1900-present: Crime and punishment in modern Britain; 1 Nature and changing definitions of criminal activity; 1.1 New crimes and old
3.2 The role of Matthew Hopkins 1645-473.3 Trial and punishment for witchcraft; 4 The nature of law enforcement and punishment (1); 4.1 Policing; 4.2 Trials; 5 The nature of law enforcement and punishment (2); 5.1 Reasons why the Bloody Code was introduced; 5.2 Other punishments; c.1700-c.1900: Crime and punishment in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain; 1 Nature and changing definitions of criminal activity (1); 1.1 Highway robbery; 1.2 Smuggling and poaching; 2 Nature and changing definitions of criminal activity (2); 2.1 The Tolpuddle Martyrs
4 Case study: Did the Church help or hinder justice in the early thirteenth century?4.1 Sanctuary; 4.2 Church courts; 4.3 Benefit of the clergy; 4.4 Trial by ordeal; c.1500-c.1700: Crime and punishment in early modern England; 1 Nature and changing definitions of criminal activity (1); 1.1 Heresy and treason; 1.2 Case study: The Gunpowder Plot of 1605; 2 Nature and changing definitions of criminal activity (2); 2.1 Growing fears of vagabondage; 2.2 The reality of vagabondage; 3 Case study: Matthew Hopkins and witchcraft; 3.1 Reasons for the rise in accusations of witchcraft
Summary Endorsed for EdexcelTarget success in Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History with this proven formula for effective, structured revision; key content coverage is combined with exam-style questions, revision tasks and practical tips to create a revision guide that students can rely on to review, strengthen and test their knowledge. With My Revision Notes, every student can: - Plan and manage a successful revision programme using the topic-by-topic planner - Enjoy an interactive approach to revision, with clear topic summaries that consolidate knowledge and related activities that put the content into c
Notes 1.2 Work and workhouses in Whitechapel
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Subject Fisher, Alec.
Examinations -- Study guides.
Genre/Form Study guides.
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ISBN 1510402985
9781510402980