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A CHANGING WORLD
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INTRODUCTION
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CASE STUDIES - ORAL PRESENTATIONS
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CS1 - Development, environment & mobility in California, a developed US state (America)
Has California transitioned?
An economic power Victim of its attractivity? — Protecting the environment

CS2 - Development, environment & mobility in the UK, a developed country (Europe)
Has the UK transitioned?
— An unequal development — An attractive country — A threatened environment

CS3 - Development, environment & mobility in South Africa, an emerging country (Africa)
How is South Africa transitioning?
— Population change — An emerging country — An attractive country

CS4 - Development, environment & mobility in India, an emerging country (Asia)
How is India transitioning??
— Population growth — An emerging country — A high mobility

CS5 - Development, environment & mobility in South Pacific small developing islands
Are small Pacific islands transitioning??
— Population change — Unsustainable development Managing climate change

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THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS
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CS1 - The first British revolution: the Civil War and Commonwealth, 1642-1660
How and why did the British people overthrow their government ?
The tensions between King and Parliament, 1603-1642
The Revolution: from a monarchy to a republic, 1642-1660

CS2 - The second British revolution: the Glorious Revolution 1688
How and why did the British people overthrow their government a second time?
The tensions of the Restauration, 1660-1688 The Revolution: for a new monarchy, 1688

CS3 - A new British political regime: a parliamentary monarchy, 1689
How did the British people set up a government which protected their rights?
A parliamentary monarchy A sharing of powers The sovereignty of the people

CS4 - The American revolution: the War of Independence 1775-1783
How and why did the British colonists overthrow their government?
The tensions between Britain and its American colonies, 1765-1775
The breaking point: the run-up to war, 1774-1775
The revolution: becoming independent, 1776-1783

CS5 - A new American political regime: a federal republic, 1781-1791
How did Americans set up a government which protected their rights?
Becoming a republic, 1787-1789 Becoming a federation, 1781-1791

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POLITICAL REGIMES
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• UK parliamentary monarchy today (docs 1, 2 & 3)
Government buildings A democracy The Queen’s role
• The US republic today (docs 1, 4 & 5)
Government buildings A democracy
The president’s role
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