Chapter 26: Ramp Up Your Research Skills
Terms in this set (7)
consists of short facts or statements, without explanation or elaboration
interprets or analyzes factual information
is information presented from one point of view, such as an opinion piece in a magazine, newspaper or blog
encompasses many points of view, presenting all aspects of an issue or story with factual accuracy, and without judgement or opinion
original materials: historical documents such as a handwritten letter, pages of a diary, an original recording of a news event, a newspaper article written at the time of the event, photographs, and original research reports.
are papers, books, magazine articles, journals analyzing, interpreting, or evaluating a primary source.
lists, compilations, digests, indexes or encyclopedia
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