Answered By: Heather Empey Last Updated: Mar 09, 2021 Views: 5
Primary source literature in the sciences:
- documents the results of original research
- is written by those who have conducted the research
- includes firsthand information about their methodologies, data, results, or conclusions.
Secondary source literature in the sciences:
- summarizes, compares, critiques, or interprets the primary literature.
For more information and examples of primary/secondary sources in the sciences, please visit https://libguides.unbc.ca/c.php?g=555270&p=5160123
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