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How Do I Write a Research Paper?

Some helpful books, links, and other advice when it comes to writing a research paper.

What Kinds of Info Do You Need?

Do you need books?  Articles?  Newspapers?  Statistics?Information Source? With images of magazines and journals, books, newspapers, and statistics

Have you been asked to use primary sources?  

Primary sources are documents or other original sources created at the time of an event and include official records, correspondence, memoirs, diaries, speeches, newspaper articles, photographs, and more.  

Secondary sources synthesize the information provided by primary sources and include interpretations, criticisms, evaluations, and summaries.  Textbooks, edited books, biographies, and review articles are examples of secondary sources.