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GOING TO THE SOURCES: A GUIDE TO HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND WRITING, 5TH EDITION

刨根问底:历史研究与写作指南 第5版

Anthony Brundage

Classification Codes : K0

Language : ENG

Publication Information : Wiley

Publish Year:2013

I  S  B  N :9781118515310

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The fifth edition of Going to the Sources maintains its sterling reputation as one of the most accessible and student-friendly introductions to historiography. This text, accessible to students at the community college, undergraduate, and, in some cases even beginning graduate school level, outlines the fundamental methods utilized in the research and writing of history. The new edition features a wealth of updates and enhancements, along with the addition of a new chapter addressing the use of film and other non-textual sources by historiansfor example, how a film like D. W. Griffiths The Birth of a Nation can influence perceptions of history. Other chapters maintain a focus on the basics of the historians craft, including selecting and refining a topic; and locating and utilizing the necessary books, articles, essays, and online sources. Students are shown how to engage effectively in critical reading, interpreting, note-taking, writing, and revising. The creation of a historiographical essay and a longer research paper are discussed in detail. Methodological matters are interwoven with a discussion of the dynamic nature of history, in which the concept of revisionism is central and reveals that new interpretations of the past are an essential corollary to changing social, political, economic, and cultural structures. With a wealth of updates, revisions, and enhancements, Going to the Sources is a students most valuable go-to source for research and historical writing.