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THE FINAL PROJECT HISTORY 106 CONTEMPORARY EUROPE, 1914-Present Length: 2000-300
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THE FINAL PROJECT HISTORY 106 CONTEMPORARY EUROPE, 1914-Present Length: 2000-300
THE FINAL PROJECT HISTORY 106 CONTEMPORARY EUROPE, 1914-Present Length: 2000-3000 words, double-spaced 1 In deciding what you want to do for your final research project, you should first choose a broad topic related to the course material (the history of Europe from 1900 to the present). Some potential broad topics may be World War I, World War II, the Cold War, colonialism, fascism, communism, Brexit, the Treaty of Versailles, war reparations, concentration camps, refugees, immigration, etc., etc. The potential broad topics are endless. Then, do some preliminary research to determine what aspect of that broader topic interests you. You may already know this before even getting to this step, but if you’re stumped, researching can help you figure out what you find interesting. NEXT, you should narrow your original topic by choosing to either a) examine this topic as it relates to one (1) nation or region of Europe or b) compare and contrast this topic as it relates to two (2) or three (3) nations or regions of Europe. Remember: not all For instance, if you've decided to choose fascism as a broad topic, you could narrow it down by examining "Fascism in France." Or if you choose to compare and contrast, you could examine "Fascism in France and Germany." Then, do some preliminary research to determine what aspect of this narrower topic interests you. You may already know this before even getting to this step, but if you’re stumped, researching can help you figure out what you find interesting. Make note of what articles and resources you discover. NEXT, you should further narrow your topic. How you further narrow the topic is up to you, but some further ways to narrow the above sample topic, “Fascism in France and Germany” would be “Women and Fascism in France and Germany” or “The Differences in the Success of Fascists in France and Germany” or “Fascist Organizations in France and Germany.” Then, do some preliminary research to determine what aspect of this even narrower topic interests you. You may already know this before even getting to this step, but if you’re stumped, researching can help you figure out what you find interesting. Make note of what articles and resources you discover.

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