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TITLE: Essay on the Sixties Era
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AUTHOR: Mavarine Du-Marie

DATE: 13th March 2005

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“…And it is this development of seeing society in a different light that was changing the view from, on one hand, the historical ‘mainstream’ where the type of communication given to selecting only the authoritative chronology events for other academics to make use of, called ‘The Scholarly Monograph’ meaning a published book drawn from specialised primary source research, then shifted to, a ‘counter-cultural’ of writing history for a wider audience called ‘Pop History’ meaning the popularity of mixing primary sources with invented dialogue, which was mainly achieved through the narrative of different mediums, such as books, television dramas and film movies² to convey historical events in an educational but entertaining manner…”

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