Global XX century
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Global XX century
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S207987840001741-4-1
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10.18254/S0001741-4-1
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The article represents evolution of the historical science methodological aspects. Such definitions as micro- and microhistory are considered. Modern trends of transnational history regarded as a part of development of global history concept in the second half of the 20th century. Not only scientific but social meaning of transnational history are taken under consideration. It has a big potential because of increasing role of the history among the humanities.
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microhistory, macrohistory, global history, transnational history, Fernand Braudel, 20th century
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12.10.2016
Publication date
31.01.2017
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