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Unformatted text preview: Model of Causes E conomics / E nvironment I nt'l Situation E lites/ L E aders O pposition (pe O ple) I deology/ I nformation (technol.; media) Culture/Institutions Culture/Institutions Model of Causes in History (EIEIO) E conomics /E nvironment I nt'l Situation E lites/ L E aders O pposition (pe O ple) I deology/ I nformation (technol.; media) Culture/Institutions Culture/Institutions 1 The Uses of Theory Bla Balzs (Hungarian film critic), 1925: Theory is not "gray." It is a roadmap that shows new ways of doing old things, and new places to go. Theory breaks the ruts of coincidence and gives us the courage to undertake voyages of discovery. Theory does not have to be true to inspire great works--most great discoveries were based on false hypotheses! Causes in History Question : What factors played a role in causing the French Revolution? In general , what things play a role in allowing and making historical events happen?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course HIST 2C taught by Professor Stokes during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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