Howell and Prevenier suggest historical researchers face three risks when “blindly adopting social science methodology.” Are any of three more critical than the others?

Howell and Prevenier suggest historical researchers face three risks when “blindly adopting social science methodology.” Are any of three more critical than the others?

In chapter four of their text, Howell and Prevenier suggest historical researchers face three risks when “blindly adopting social science methodology.” Are any of three more critical than the others? Why, or why not? Offer, if appropriate, an example to support your position.

2950 or more words ( I will send an example)