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Traditionally, the study of history has had fixed boundaries

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Traditionally, the study of history has had fixed boundaries and focal points—periods, countries, dramatic events, and great leaders. It also has had clear and firm notions of scholarly procedure: how one inquires into a historical problem, how one presents and documents one’s findings, what constitutes admissible and adequate proof.

Anyone who has followed recent historical literature can testify to the revolution that is taking place in historical studies. The currently fashionable subjects come directly from the sociology catalog: childhood, work, leisure. The new subjects are accompanied by new methods. Where history once was primarily narrative, it is now entirely analytic. The old questions “What happened?â€

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New post 09 Nov 2005, 18:56
nobody ?

:lol: so long, right ?

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New post 09 Nov 2005, 19:03
Antmavel wrote:
nobody ?

:lol: so long, right ?



I will try to do it little later. What is the source by the way?

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New post 09 Nov 2005, 19:45
some RC compliation, so no OE
However and judging from the answers, it sounds reliable :wink:

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This is really a long passage...and as usual frustrated me after answer 3-4 questions ...so last 4-5 question i just gusssed.....
E
E
C
C
C
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A
A

pls post OA...???


:roll: :roll: :roll:

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New post 11 Nov 2005, 00:21
OAs :

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from LSAT collection

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