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Primary Sources are considered original research materials. They are from the time period involved, and can include first-person narratives of the event. Normally, other research can be based on primary source materials. Primary sources can include (but are not limited to):
Newspaper articles written at the time
Secondary sources are written after the fact and generally include interpretation or evaluation of primary source material. Secondary sources are not evidence in and of themselves, but analyze or provide commentary on evidence. These sources can include (but are not limited to):
Tertiary sources are those resources that compile and distill results of primary and secondary sources. (Note: The bibliography required for JOUR458M can be considered a type of tertiary source.) Tertiary sources can include (but are not limited to):