Ritically analyse Beckas theory of Risk Society in relation to other contemporary theoretical approaches to societal risk.

SOCIETAL RISK ASSESSMENT a MHN311764

ASSESSMENT 1

Essay 2500 words

Weighting 50%

Critically analyse Beckas theory of Risk Society in relation to other contemporary theoretical approaches to societal risk.

Make reference to contemporary societal risks where appropriate.

Marking criteria overleaf.

Marking Criteria for the Essay

Content:

* draws on a wide range of academic and theoretical literature both including and in addition to lecture material * demonstrates critical thinking

Presentation:

* free from spelling & grammatical errors * in essay writing style * neat layout * consistent use of fonts throughout

Referencing:

* fully referenced in line with the Harvard style of referencing * references in alphabetical order

Further instructions overleaf.

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