TITLE

TARÄ°H METODOLOJÄ°SÄ°NDE TARÄ°HSELANALÄ°Z

AUTHOR(S)
Gük, Adnan; Alkan, Mustafa
PUB. DATE
September 2006
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2006, Vol. 10 Issue 29, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
History means "investigated news". The topic of the history is everyting related to the human kind. Historians has developed some methods to write their historical studies. As for modern historians accept historical analysis as faundamental base. Historical analysis analyses the elements of government, nation or civilization which are the subject of the events by breaking them into peaces, although it has not a possibility to take them in a laboratory as in the case of natural sciences. When doing this, it does not disregard the relation between the part and the whole, treats the event in the dimension of a whole. As historical analysis has been performed, the problems due to the historian, historical event, the language in which the event has been reported, or the political and ideological structure of the event must be taken into account.
ACCESSION #
24388570

 

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