Answered By: Ann Hyland Last Updated: Jun 24, 2015 Views: 17
Primary and secondary sources are often used in research papers and it is important to know the difference.
Primary sources - Examples of written sources are usually diaries, autobiographies, and speeches. Some examples of non-written sources, such as photographs, paintings, or maps.
Secondary sources - are books, magazine articles, newspaper articles, and television documentaries.
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