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For my history IA, I initially thought of the question "What factors lead to the economic recovery of Japan after MacArthur's occupation?". My teacher said it was good so I found many sources but I found out that almost all the sources available about Japan after WWII doesn't touch the economy, but almost all of them talk about the technological advancements of Japan after WWII. Right now, I'm on my winter break and I can't contact my teacher. So I was wondering, will it be an okay topic if I change "economic recovery" to "technological advancements" in my topic question?

Just a quick note: If my topic question doesn't sound right, that's because I'm writing my IA in french and I just merely translated my topic.

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If you feel like you have enough sources to gather enough information to write a sufficient History IA on, go ahead and change your topic, especially if you can't find anything related to your current topic. However, confirm this with your teacher when you get back to school.

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On 12/28/2017 at 1:17 AM, Rosalina said:

If you feel like you have enough sources to gather enough information to write a sufficient History IA on, go ahead and change your topic, especially if you can't find anything related to your current topic. However, confirm this with your teacher when you get back to school.

Thanks for the feedback, my teacher just recently answered my question through email with the same response as you

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