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School: Shasta College, Redding CA
Department: History
Course: U.S. History
Professor: David bush
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: #history, #primarysources, #secondarysources, and #historians
Cost: Free
Name: History Module 1 notes
Description: These notes will cover the module 1 quiz this week. The focus is on primary vs secondary sources. Good luck on the quiz!
Uploaded: 01/26/2017
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Module 1 : HistoriographyWe also discuss several other topics like contemporary economic issues by mathews and patrono pdf

Primary and secondary sources

If you want to learn more check out What were the early concept of scientific dating methods?

Primary Sources

  • Created at the time of the event being studied
  • Contemporary accounts
  • Reflect the immediate experience of the event
  • Diaries, letters, memoirs, journals, speeches, manuscripts, interviews

We also discuss several other topics like What is the process of analyzing the additional or incremental cost or benefits arising from a choice or decision?

Secondary Sources

  • Created after the event under investigation
  • Overtime they can become a primary source?
  • Influenced by other events and other analysis over time

We also discuss several other topics like arch 225

“Documents”: all forms of evidence - not only written texts, but artifacts, images, statistics, oral recollections, the build and natural environment, and many other things - that have survived as records of former times.

“Secondary literature”: all subsequent interpretations of those former times based on the evidence contained in primary documents.If you want to learn more check out What is the expression for the Raoult's Law?

If you want to learn more check out What refers to the potential energy that is stored in chemical bonds?

When determining:

  • How does the author know these details? (names, dates)
  • Was the author present at the event or soon after the scene?
  • Where is this information coming from?
  • Are the authors conclusions based on a single piece of evidence, or have many sources have been taken into account?
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