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Primary and Secondary Sources

Learn about common charactersitics and examples of primary and secondary sources.
by Nancy Bellafante on 16 October 2012

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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] nice slippers!
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