historical method


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historical method

n
(Philosophy) a means of learning about something by considering its origins and development
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We are accustomed since the growth of the historical method to the belief that states are "not made but grow," and are apt to be impatient with the belief which Aristotle and Plato show in the powers of the lawgiver.
Qualitative research is underpinned by several theoretical perspectives namely Constructivist-Interpretive, Critical, Post-positivist, Post-structural/Postmodern and Feminism or by its research design, Phenomenology, Ethnography, Grounded Theory (Glaser and Strauss 1967) Historical method and Case study (Borbasi and Jackson 2012, p.127).
the historical method is both a cure for the two uncertainties of the
The first interview with Avi Mograbi supports Lebow's ideas on the weaponisation of the camera, followed by ten Brink's theoretical discussion of re-enactment as a historical method. Alicia Correia's chapter on Jeremy Deller's The Battle of Ogreave adds depth to the collection by examining a film that documents a historical re-enactment while still being conceived of as art--a dimension also explored by Stephanie Benzaquen, who examines some artistic appropriations of the famous Tuol Sleng mug shots.
On the one hand the book focuses on historical theory, historical method, and the practice of historical methodology.
Social work researchers have also used the historical method to study social welfare history (Jones, 1958; Woodroofe, 1962; Day, 2000) or the historical perspective of colonial policy (Hodge, 1973).
Have you ever wanted to know how your favorite historian approaches the historical method? For modern-day Civil War historians, How Historians Work opens us mere mortals to the minds of deities such as James McPherson, Gary Gallagher, Steven Woodworth, and other major thinkers of the period.
Trained in the German historical method that emphasized examining actual ancient monuments to understand the language, Breasted set out to draw and photograph as many ancient Egyptian monuments as he could in six weeks.
On one level it is an examination of "historical theory" and "a consideration of historical method and historical methodology'(4).
He did not begin the modern historical method, Pak argues, but was redefining the "literal sense" in a manner far more open to the insights of modern critical readers than previous understandings.
By this I do not refer to the study of archives or influence, nor the digitization of primary sources, but to our investigations of historical method and our assumptions regarding the construction of historical narrative, something Woolf herself was concerned with.
The more contemporary notion of exercising the notes in the middle range to strengthen them and to thereby eliminate these problems is very common, but not as effective as the historical method. Exercising the middle register as a way to strengthen the middle register usually results in vowel distortion and hyperadduction.

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