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Primary and Secondary Sources

Learn about common charactersitics and examples of primary and secondary sources.
by Nancy Bellafante on 29 April 2014

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Transcript of Primary and Secondary Sources

Primary sources
raw data
works of art
diaries
surveys
memoirs
versus
Secondary sources
Depends on the Discipline
photographs
speeches
interviews
letters
literary texts
historic newspapers
films
Can I borrow your iPad after my nap?
reports
book reviews
textbooks
encyclopedias
handbooks
annotated bibliographies
Artifacts
literary criticisms
histories
Patents
Archival materials
review articles
analysis of data
[Documents/things FOR study/analysis]
[Publications RESULTING from study/analysis]
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