Factual (not interpreted), recorded, original material, research ideas.
Report findings/data from experiments or research studies.
Frequently found in scholarly journals or government reports.
Dissertation and theses
Papers and proceedings from scientific conferences
Analysis of primary reports, summarizations or interpretations.
Meta-analysis, systemic reviews, literature reviews.
Letters to the editor, editorials, perspectives.
Publications about the significance of research experiments
Textbooks explaining works and studies
Commentaries or edited works of an original idea
Articles that review research work
The purpose of these sources are to index, abstract, organize, compile, or condense other sources.
Tertiary sources usually are not authored by one person, but many.
Repackaged primary/secondary sources in one quick reference source.
May provide subjective commentary on primary/secondary sources.
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