Bias is not a secondary source. In terms of historical and academic research and writing, secondary sources are articles and books written by historians and other academics. Secondary sources can be biased based on when the source was written and the author.Ê
in history a secondary source is more reliable because a primary source is usually biased but a secondary source looks back or reflects on a group of primary sources which are from different points of view.
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Does the author have any hidden bias
Secondary sources interpret the primary for you, so they generally contain less raw data and more bias. In addition, because you're getting the information second-hand, you are more likely to get something wrong, because you're relying on the assumption that you understand the secondary source and that the secondary source understood the first.
Both convey information, neither is an absolute objective source (some people conflate "primary" with "truth," and bias/ignorance extisted when this took place), and sometimes a source can be both primary or secondary.
No, an encyclopedia is a secondary source.
a secondary source
Historians would be wise to look for bias in a source because bias can influence the way the writer relayed the information. Sources free from bias are to be the most trusted.
There have been quite a few people who are the sources of a bias. Parents are usually a source of bias.
It is a secondary source.
yes a biography is a secondary source
a secondary source is a source of memory or imagination of a certain event.
is a auto biography a primary source or secondary source
It is a good idea to confirm your data with a secondary source.
what is a secondary source review?
is pericles primary source or secondary source
the decision about what to include and exclude.
When it comes to the reliability of a secondary source you need to document your use of this source. You also need to not have an over-reliance on a secondary source.
A primary source records an event. A secondary source examines the primary source.
the poster of albert einstein was a secondary source
an newspaper article will be an secondary source
How could you tell if the a Historical source is tainted with bias of a specitic agenda?