History and Cultural Studies: Primary vs secondary sources

History and Cultural Studies: Primary vs secondary sources

Primary sources

A main supply is a document or record containing first-hand information or original data on a subject. Main sources in many cases are produced during the time of a meeting, but could be recorded at a later time (e.g. memoirs or interviews). Main sources offer insights into exactly exactly exactly how individuals see their globe at a particular time.

It’s important to assess sources that are primary precision, authenticity, bias and effectiveness.

Examples:

  • Sound tracks
  • Artworks
  • Court public records
  • Diaries
  • Drawings
  • Film footage
  • Federal federal federal Government papers
  • Interviews
  • Newsprint clippings
  • Original manuscripts
  • Photographs
  • Poetry
  • Posters
  • Songs and sheet music
  • Speeches

Understand that primary sources are often reproduced in guide format – but that they’re nevertheless regarded as a main supply.

Supply: Reitz, JM 2004, on line dictionary for information and library technology, Libraries Unlimited, Westport, Conn.

They are a couple of samples of main sources through the colletion. There are lots of more!

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