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  • 1. Social Studies 2192/01 Answer SchemeSection A: Source-based Question 1b Study Source B.1 Study Source A. Why did the newspaper publish this article? Explain your answer. [6](a) Do you think the cartoonist feels that the new government, the NorthernLevel/Marks Ireland Executive, will succeed? Explain your answer, using details of the CriteriaLevel 1 cartoon. based on Provenance OR Generalized answers that made no [5] Answers 1m mention of source content or context.Level 1 Generalized answers that make no mention of source content or 1m context.Level 2 Inferences, unsupported 2-3 m Award No, the cartoonist is British and he believes that the new government E.g. 2 marks for 1 inference, unsupported, and 3 marks for 2 inferences, unsupported. not be able to succeed. wouldLevel 2 • The message is that Inferences, unsupportedthe IRA is a terrorist organization that has been 2-3 m Award deceiving for 1 inference, unsupported, and 3 marks for 2 inferences, 2 marks the public. unsupported. • The IRA is a terrorist organization. Its activities are aimed at the murder of innocent people. E.g.No, the Northern Ireland Executive is a weak coalition / government that is weak.Level 3 Inferences, supported 3-5 m Award No, the for 1 inference supported and 4 Ulster Volunteer Force E.g. 3 marks Irish Republican Army (IRA) and marks for 1 inference, supported. 5m forstrong forces that are working towards toppling the (UVF) are further details. Northern Ireland Executive.Level 3 Inferences, supported IRA is a terrorist organization that has been • The message is that the 4-5 m Award 4 marks for 1 inference supportedaimed at the murder of innocent deceiving the public. Its activities are and 5 marks for 2 inferences supported. This is evident in “IRA front groups … claim that they are raising funds people. for the families of slain or imprisoned IRA men. They lie.” E.g. No, the Northern Ireland Executive is a weak coalition / • The message is that the unstable / lacks a strong foundation. The government that isIRA is a terrorist organization. Its activities are aimed at the murder of innocent deck of cards precariously balancing on government is depicted as a people. This is evident in “… buys the high explosives and detonators that blew up in London.” , “The money bankrolls the each other. sort of sub-humans who can pack six-inch nails around a bomb and put it in a E.g. No, the women and children Army (IRA) and the Ulster Volunteer place where Irish Republican and tourist will gather.” Force (UVF) are organisations that are working towards toppling/ • Accept minor messages / inferences. threatening the stability of the Northern Ireland Executive. Both organizations are drawn as winds/brewing clouds that are capableLevel 4 States the purpose of source, based on speaker, audience and outcome. 6m and posed to topple a weak government. Award 6 marks for answers which state clearly the purpose of the source, quoting the speaker, audience and outcome. The newspaper wants to discredit/condemn/criticize the IRA by claiming that it is a terrorist organization that has been deceiving the public. Its activities are aimed at the murder of innocent people. This is evident in “… buys the high explosives and detonators that blew up in London.” , “The money bankrolls the sort of sub-humans who can pack six-inch nails around a bomb and put it in a place where women and children and tourist will gather.” By discrediting the IRA, the American newspaper wants the members of the public who have been supporting the IRA to 1
  • 2. withdraw/deny support for them / to rally support against the IRA / tocondemn the activities of the IRA. 2