Primary sources create natural ideas and first-hand evidence. These include interview transcripts, mathematical reports, and artwork. A primary source provides you direct access into the subject matter of your respective research.
Additional options supply pre-owned data and commentary from other scientists. For example journal material, feedback, and educational magazines. An extra resource explains, interprets, or synthesizes primary sites.
Key sites are usually more reliable as research, but good exploration uses both major and alternate sites.
Dining table of materials
- Defining a major starting point?
- Something an extra starting point?
- Primary and alternate source cases
- Strategy to determine whether a resource is main or additional
- Major vs alternate supply: and that is better? Read more