- Oct 15, 2006
What were the two questions?
Hmm I disagree. I don't think the author took a definitive position at all. You can question the notion of Truth and still remain an empiricist or a relativist or even simply an abstract writer i.e. E.H. Carr and even G.R. Elton was known to have a relativist streak in him.miss-smexy said:Mallie89 and tessery,
Q1 was definitely postmodern because it questioned the notion of truth. The fact that he is questioning whether there is objective truth classes him amongst the post modernists. He also questioned about narrative structures and how they make it seem like 'fiction'. Therefore, yes, it was definitely a postmodern source.
there was someone else!!! thank god for that! I'm the only one at my school who does extension history, and we did the female convicts. What did you focus on in your response?jelena001 said:heyy guys,.. i thought the exam was ok.. just wanted to know though
does anyone do the women convicts of australia?