Thursday, February 28, 2019
Irish Roman Catholic who describes (B Devlin) her school days
Source D is form an Irish Ro gay Catholic who describes (B Devlin) her school days, which implies a degree of bias because her Vice Principle go Benignus had her family suffer at the hands of the British. Her view on Protestants was that they were non Irish, and she withal had disclose views on teaching about Irish history.This reference work is an alteration form b Devlin the price of my soul, 1969, this date indicates that this source could be direct but yet a extend to it could be bias. This source is limited in a way but still gives us sufficient severalize to show how troubles could have broken out, because Protestants and Catholics Were divided as communities and were taught in separate methods, they were similarly separated so when the twain meet either emplacement would contradict each other. Therefore resulting in violence.Source E is a Protestant cartoon from the nineteenth century showing ERIN (Ireland) bound by ropes by a Catholic Priest. This is portraying en gagement between the two religions. There is a message portrayed by the cartoon and it is that universality has control of Ireland. that this could be portraying the truth, as Catholicism was the prime(prenominal) religion in Ireland.This source is limited but it helps to show how conflict between Catholics and Protestants came about. But this could also be a Propaganda Against the Catholics to try and gain support for Protestants.Source F is a map showing the gerrymander in Derry in 1966. It is obvious that the Protestants have deliberately placed themselves at an advantage in places where they get the most votes apart from the South Ward, where Catholics had the majority. But this source is very limited, as it lavatorynot give more information than it already holds.Source G is of Protestant images of Catholic attacks on Protestants in 1641. This could be propaganda to recruit more men into raising an army. If every thing I think the Catholics people who are being pushed aroun d because the Protestants have the British behind them so this makes more strain added to what is building up to be the beginning of the troubles.Source H is what some People would call aboriginal express that has no bias what so ever. This is true to some uttermost the depiction shows a well-manneredised rights marcher un placedly being stricken by armed officers. However the photo is limited tell apart we cannot chew the fat what is outside the perimeter of the charge or what before or by and by this incident to cause the RUC officers to strike the marcher. There may be a cause for it and yet it could also be a raged attack by thee RUC officers. We also learn that the police might have attacked without provocation and in that location is a plenitude of violence in the blood of both Protestant and Catholics. This source, like others can be read two ways it can show two sides to an uncomprimised story.However it is sources like these that did infact add insult to inju ry, in that it was probably sold to papers and both Catholics and Protestant would be scandalize reading this. One side could feel disgusted that uniformed officers are acting in this way at a peaceful civil rights march. And the other side could say that the media is quick to snap a characterization of a RUC officer beating a marcher but where is the photograph showing the cause for their attack IE violent marchers or by chance a weapon of some sort.So really this source has not helped either side prove or gain in any way but just aggravated the situation.Source I is a photograph of a violent situation where loyalist ambush civil rights marchers at Burntollet in January 1969. This picture is not very clear and does not tell us much about the ambush. As the picture is not clear you cannot tell whether there is actual violence. This piece of evidence is primary but it could be bias. There seems to be something censored in the photograph as every one is looking in the bang directi on were it is censored. This source source doesnt really help add more tension between the two sides but it does stir a little fervidness I think.Source c is telling us of a man who was in a pub before the incident, where Para troopers told him they were going to clear the Bog. Which when added to what I have read in the bally(a) sunlight gives an liking that they had an intention to go in and fire and they were expecting trouble.Source B tells us that as time progressed so did science and so the forensic evidence was able to change for the better, as this source tells us that a lot of evidence was changed. The Para troopers used illegal weapons. I think that this source is linking with source C to say that the Para troopers were abusing Their Powers that day.Source A Paras in bloody Sunday evidence Storm.Source A is from a report report dated Friday 17th September 1999, bloody Sunday occurred thirtieth January 1972. There is approximately 27 age and nine months between this f eature and the report. Although the report is not trying to interperate the events of crashing(a) Sunday it does them. The report also discusses enquiries that are going on presently about bloody Sunday, again 27 years ago. This is just one example amongst many that distinctly illustrates how an event so big in history is discussed even years after it occurs.Although compared to a historical event such as the difference of opinion of Hastings, Bloody Sunday is quite recent, it is perhaps this fact that makes it hard to determine what happened that day. For example we have limited source work/ evidence or exact knowledge of the battle of Hastings but for Bloody Sunday we have plentiful, which is why I guess that it makes it harder to judge what really happened. Witnesses and evidence contradict each other with bias in their stories and the sides that they take. photographic evidence can be read two ways as can scientific and again this bequeath be perceived through the side tha t you take. It is the evidence that contradicts itself and other hard facts.It is because the evidence can be read in two ways that it has produced so many interpretations and will continue to do so throughout time. Looking at Bloody Sunday is a bit like analyzing the color red. Depending on the perceivers reputation or current state of mind red can be viewed in many different ways. It can show passion, aggression, rage, danger, royalty, love, authority or hate. Neither of the above are correct and neither are incorrect but we can all agree that if there is an underlying sense that we associate with something visual i.e the color red, it will be enhanced formerly the two meet. It is in the same way that we may view the events of Bloody Sunday. There is underlying emotions within people concerning that day and these can be brought to light by different factors. Depending on what it is that the person involved has committed as a visual stimulant different things will elicit diffe rent emotions.