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Understanding comparative history
|Other titles||Imperialism and expansion in Britain and the United States, 1763-1914.|
|Statement||[the AA303 Course Team]. Teaching units 1 and 2.|
|Series||Arts : a third level course, AA303 -- TU 1 & 2|
|Contributions||Open University. Understanding Comparative History: Britain and America from 1760 Course Team., Open University. AA303 Course Team.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||153|
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Comparative history The aim of comparative history is to achieve a better understanding of historical institutions or ideas by seeing how they differ between societies or across time. Thus a comparative .
the importance of understanding the nature and function of legal systems of other countries. In the legal history of Western Europe and of the countries that received their legal systems from these sources, one finds the establish- ment of the two great legal systems which are often made the basis of comparative File Size: 1MB. approach.2 The rejection of comparativism is sharply phrased in the title of the book De la comparaison à l’histoire croisée (From Comparison to Crossed History), by Michael Werner and Bénédicte Zimmermann.3 The specific debate between comparative and entangled history File Size: KB.
Understanding the animal mind. () encyclopedic history of comparative psychology as being particularly important for the field by making it “the exciting discipline that it is.” A Text-book of Comparative . comparative politics focuses on understanding and explaining political phe- nomena that take place within a state, society, country, or political system. 1Author: Timothy Lim.
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Comparative history as a way of writing and conceptualizing history was propagated against national history during the s, but developed mainly during the s and s.
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David Ricardo’s classic example of comparative advantage was English wool for Portuguese wine. Eichengreen’s book is. Comparative-Historical Methods: An Introduction 1 Since the rise of the social sciences, researchers have used comparative-historical methods to expand insight into diverse social phenomena and, in so doing, have made great contributions to our understanding.
The Comparative approach: theory and method Introduction In this chapter we shall elaborate on the essentials of the ‘art of comparing’ by discussing relation between theory and method as it is discussed with reference to the Comparative. Comparative and world histories Bayly, C. The Birth of the Modern World, () Black, Cyril Edwin.
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