2018 GCSE Year 10 Mock Exam Always read

2018 GCSE Year 10 Mock Exam  Always read

2018 GCSE Year 10 Mock Exam Always read the question carefully. Be familiar with the key terms. Know the topics as well as possible and add detail. Q1: Identify one similarity and one difference in changing attitudes to crime and punishment. Changing attitudes. Sources A and C both show that in the 15th and 21st centuries criminals were

often punished in public. Sources A and B both show a difference in attitudes from public humiliation to separate imprisonment. Q2: Which of the two sources is more reliable to an historian studying the nature of criminal activity over time? (6) Source D heresy. Exaggerated. dangerous plots are practised daily. Source E- protest. (Luddites). Shows

what new crime was happening at the time. Q3: Describe the methods of combatting crime in the medieval period. (5)

Hue and cry Tithing/Hundredman Sheriff JPs/Parish Constable/ Nightwatchmen Public punishment Q4: Explain why the prison system was in need of reform by the 19th century. (9) By 1800. Poor conditions.- prison fever/ Bridewells

Corrupt- no wages Idea changed- prison now seen as a place to make prisoners better. (rehabilitation) Key fact: 1823 Gaols Act Growing prison population because brought better transportation had ended by 1840. conditions.

Q5: Outline how responsibility for enforcing law and order has changed from c. 500 to the present Who is in charge?. One paragraph for each era. 1. Medieval- Jps/Tithing/Hundredman/ SPaG Sheriff/ Courts 2. Tudor/Stuart- JPs/Parish 3. Constable/Nightwatchmen 4. Industrial- JPs/ Bow Street Runners/ Met

Police 5. Present- Judges/ Courts/ Police/ CSO/ Q6a:Describe two main features of life in the East End of London which led to crime in the late 19th century. (8) Poor visibility and lighting. Thick fog- peasoupers. Local council would not invest in street lights. Narrow streets. Easy to escape and hide in rookeries. Poverty. People turned to crime to survive.

Q6b: Explain why increased crime in the East End led to changes in policing in the late 19th century. Profiling of suspects Mug-shots and facial measurements to reconstruct sketches. Plain clothes police. Identity parades Criminal profiling

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