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    8. getting analysis marks 8. getting analysis marks Presentation Transcript

    • Analysis is about you showing that you are aware of different views and links between issues. For example: • “Factor 1 and Factor 2 are linked because…” • “Factor 3 can be said to have both caused and prevented the issue from occurring…” • “Factors 4 and 5 have a similar impact because…” • Combined, Factors 6 and 7 both affected the issue because…”
    • Although World War One clearly had an impact on the development of democracy this issue returns us once more to the impact of industrialisation. The First World War was partly caused by growing economic rivalry between the major powers, which was largely caused by industrial change spreading across the world, suggesting this is a major reason for Britain becoming a democracy. [Link between factors] The Suffragettes have a strange role in the fight for democracy. On the one hand there is no doubt that their violent campaign succeeded in getting them publicity which forced the government to take account of their demands. However this violence equally allowed the government to refuse their demands as they could not be seen to give in to terrorism. [Example of Contradiction within a factor]