MC 364 Memo 10 - A39970775 Schutt provides an explanation...

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A39970775 Schutt provides an explanation for comparative analysis in this chapter. Particularly when comparing different countries to each other, countries vary so much in many ways that taking into account the lack of generalizability is very important in analysis. The article discussed developmental analysis which is the working of private and public towards the greater good. The same applies to historical research in that it is a comparison of events which happened in the past but may not have that much in common with each other. The chapters discuss various research methods and discuss the problems with these types of research and analysis. The largest problem which occurs during these types of research is generalizability. The comparison of events and subjects which have one similar characteristic but do not have very much other than that possibly in common, mean that the comparison must be made on the most similar levels. The historical research and comparative methods involve everything which
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MC 364 Memo 10 - A39970775 Schutt provides an explanation...

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