I remember doing this when I was at school. It came across as cobbled together and at the whims of the teacher. I remember teaching it a few years back and discovering it was largely cobbled together and at the whims of the teacher. But I enjoyed it... I remember discovering I knew more at the Bosnia conflict than my teacher ... and I remember putting lessons together on the fall of Iraq and it's impact [that BBC doc would be great to dip in and out of on that now]. But as with all things it has died a death. Critical Studies and Communication Studies are also reported as zero entry subjects. So is this a great loss or a valuable gaining of time for other subjects?