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    SOCIAL PARIAHS MODULE QUESTIONS FOR UNIVERSITY

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    THESE ARE JUST EXAMPLE QUESTIONS FROM A PREVIOUS EXAM PAPER

    1) Why were the stereotypes of marginal groups so similar?

    2) Account for the different treatment of immigrant groups in the early modern period.

    3) When, and for what reasons, did the attitudes towards the Jews begin to change?

    4) Why were gypsies persecuted?

    5) Why was prostitution no longer viewed as "necessary evil" in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries?

    6) To what extent did attitudes towards sexual deviance change during the early modern period?

    7) Did disease continue to marginalise people in the early modern period?

    8) Was there religious toleration by 1800?

    9) Which posed the greater threat, the outsider or the deviant insider?

    IF YOU FEEL YOU CAN ANSWER THESE OR PROVIDE ME WITH BULLET POINTED NOTES

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    The expert examines the social pariahs modules. The stereotypes of marginal groups similarities are determined.

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