The correct answers are A. A magazine article exaggerating the public’s extreme reaction to a celebrity, B. A funny political cartoon exposing the flaws in a new government policy, and D. An ironic short story that draws attention to how unmotivated people can be
The purpose of satire is to criticize negative aspects of individuals, society or government, for this, satire does not use literal language but relies on irony, humor or exaggeration that show indirectly the absurdity of some behaviors and actions. This also implies texts that use literal language and do not focus on criticizing society are not satirical.
According to this, from the options provided the texts that are example of satire are "A magazine article exaggerating the public’s extreme reaction to a celebrity" because this uses exaggeration to show a negative aspect of people and create a critique; "A funny political cartoon exposing the flaws in a new government policy" because this exposes the flaws of government through humor; and "An ironic short story that draws attention to how unmotivated people can be" because as other examples this focuses on showing flaws or vices by using humor.
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As this is a biography I believe it is a secondary source
Primary sources provide a first-hand account of an event and is authoritative. They represent original thinking or events they can share new information. Secondary sources involve analysis or evaluation of primary sources. For example, an autobiography is a primary source while a biography is a secondary source.