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Describe the six different types of histories, using examples not found in the  textbook. 2. Describe the relationship between history and identity 3. Explain the contact hypothesis, using an example from your experiences  or a movie you have seen. 4. Of the eight contact conditions that influence ICC, which do you find the  most relevant? Explain your answer.  1.)  1. Political Histories: This type of history focuses on written histories of  political events. For example, the Kennedy “conspiracy” is when the  Kennedy family was able to dominate the political world with the help of  their father in the election of John F Kennedy. Although he was not the  original Kennedy that the family wanted in office (Joe was murdered in  combat), the family managed to get him into office before he and the other  remaining from were also killed.  2. Intellectual histories: These are also written histories, but they focus on  the development ideas. For example, one written history involving the  development of how Albert Einstein created the light bulb and the  preceding events until he finally got the idea to work. 
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course COM 436 taught by Professor Semlak during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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