Saith Me… Thesis Lesson #10

Determining what is a secondary and what is a primary source becomes quite difficult when the secondary source expresses an opinion or observation of the period from which it is written. The source may be secondary in nature, but the opinion becomes primary.

Separating the sources in to primary versus secondary for my bibliography is becoming a huge task! The majority of my secondary sources are actually being used as primary sources.

Again, I am seeing the value of researching a dead dude or a battle – so much less confusion!

I did not make this thesis thing easy – but it has been enlightening.

 

 

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