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380. Fieldwork and Research for Rebranding, Re-Imaging and Positive Change

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This Geography Factsheet follows on from Factsheet 374: Fieldwork and Research for Changing Place and Changing Places 1.

This Factsheet explores a range of fieldwork options that can be undertaken as part of the independent investigation for A Level Geography, specifically linked to place. This Factsheet has a focus on fieldwork and research linked to rebranding, re-imaging and regeneration-led change which are often popular choices for NEAs. It also considers the role of social media as a tool to collect research information.

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September 2018

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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