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Secondary Sources Defined
A secondary source analyzes an event or topic by looking at other sources and then presenting an argument. It presents information that was originally found in other sources.
Examples: Books, Journal Articles, Magazine Articles
Helpful Library Databases
Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)
Great to use for almost any topic imaginable. Unsure of where to start? Try this database!
This database has well-written and researched reports on hot topic issues. Includes pro/con arguments as well as additional information on the topics. Very useful for many different topics!
Database for topics in communication, media, and linguistics.
Health Source: Consumer Edition
Great for Health and Exercise topics.
Great for Education topics.
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