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CARIBBEAN STUDIES PAST PAPER REVIEW 2008 (SHORT PAPER). On the map of the Caribbean below: Place the letter “T” against ONE territory in which the Tainos lived when Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492.

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question 1

On the map of the Caribbean below:

  • Place the letter “T” against ONE territory in which the Tainos lived when Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492.
  • Place the letter “K” against ONE territory in which the Kalinagos lived when Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492.
  • Place the letter “I” against TWO territories in which large nos of indigenous people live today.
Question 1
response

Greater Antilles – Tainos

Lesser Antilles – Kalinagos

Indigenous Groups – Dominica, Guyana, Belize

RESPONSE
response1

Provided sense of history and belonging to the islands and territories known as the Caribbean that goes beyond European settlement.

Provided craft, basketry, the hammock using materials found in the Caribbean.

RESPONSE
response2

Through the drowning of livestock

The extreme damage to new crops and stunting the growth of old ones

The abandonment of land for farming

RESPONSE
question 4

With the aid of examples, state how drought may affect areas of life, other than food production in the Caribbean.

QUESTION 4
response3

High unemployment

Migration

Development of bush fires which endanger life, flora and fauna and destroy hillside vegetation.

RESPONSE
question 5

Identify Tworeligious practices in the Caribbean that have been influenced by Indo – Caribbean tradition.

QUESTION 5
response4

Divali

Eid – ul- Fitr

RESPONSE
question 6

Identify Two religious practices in the Caribbean that have been influenced by African – Caribbean traditions.

QUESTION 6
response5

Having a ‘thanksgiving’

The use of drums in church services

RESPONSE
question 7

Explain ONE way in which either Indo -Caribbean or African –Caribbean religions have impacted on Caribbean culture.

QUESTION 7
response6

Indo – Caribbean - contributed significantly to our food and culinary traditions – many people now enjoy doubles and roti as part of a Caribbean delicacy.

RESPONSE
response7

A form of instruction which enabled students to absorb the learning, heritage, geography and literature of European imperial states.

RESPONSE
response8

Schools

Churches

plantations

RESPONSE
question 10

State TWO ways in which the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has contributed to changes in education in the Caribbean.

QUESTION 10
response9

Helped to thrust the education system into a more technologically advanced stage.

Expansion of the syllabus to include subject material that is much more relevant to the Caribbean region.

RESPONSE
response10

Caribana in Canada

Nottinghill Carnical

Labour Day Carnival

RESPONSE
question 12

Outline TWO ways in which the festivals named above help North Americans OR Europeans to understand Caribbean culture.

QUESTION 12
response11

North Americans gain exposure to the festival, thus helping in their understanding of it.

Their participation in these events allows them to further appreciate/value these cultural traditions.

Response
question 13

Outline TWO ways in which the festivals named above have had an impact on the economies of countries in North America OR Europe.

QUESTION 13
response12

Have established a distinct Caribbean consumer community

Have encouraged Caribbean or other citizens to develop businesses which cater to Caribbean tastes and senses.

RESPONSE
response13

Economic development refers to the improvement in services, infrastructure, jobs and the creation of money in the economy.

RESPONSE
response14

High standard of living

Increased GDP and GNP

Increased per capita income

RESPONSE
response15

Increase in the income of a country allows for money to be filtered down into the environment which is a key stakeholder on the road towards sustainable development.

RESPONSE
response17

Capitalism

Marxism or Socialism

RESPONSE
question 19

Explain ONE way in which the political ideologies named above have hindered OR promoted development in the Caribbean.

QUESTION 19
response18

HINDERED:

Was too Eurocentric and was seen to be perpetuating a colonial mentality.

Excluded women as an integral group

Led to coups, revolutions and ethnic clashes

Failed to address issues of difference, that is, race, colour, shade.

RESPONSE
response19

PROMOTED:

Provided informed leaders with definite goals

Provided guidelines for social and economic development.

Sensitized the youth about political issues.

RESPONSE
response20

UWI – 1948

WICB – early 1920’s

Response
response21

To create unity in and amongst the islands

To give the Caribbean region a voice against Europe

RESPONSE
question 22

Name ONE institution that survived after the collapse of the 1958 West Indies Federation and give ONE reason for its survival.

QUESTION 22
response23

Cricket

Track and field

football

RESPONSE
response24

Generation of income

Brings in revenue to the region.

Promotes recognition of the Caribbean region.

RESPONSE
response25

Négritude is a literary and ideological movement, developed by francophone black intellectuals, writers, and politicians in France in the 1930s. This movement, which influenced Africans as well as blacks around the world, specifically rejects the political, social and moral domination of the West.

RESPONSE
response26

Aime Cesaire

Frantz Fanon

Leopold Senghor

RESPONSE
response27

Gained knowledge about the achievements of Africans

Gave them a drive to move towards independence

Were empowered to make changes

Psychologically, they were beginning to see themselves as being valuable.

RESPONSE