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The article deals with the importance of comparative history for an integrated approach to the study of social phenomena, in particular for the study of society in a global perspective. The point is illustrated by several transformation processes which have taken place in the 20th century.doi:10.13060/00380288.1996.32.12.03 fatcat:hebcqvpiwzbn7ox4uyedxidg4a