Primary experiment or original research, an original letter

Primarysources or materials are raw facts gotten from an event or studyof a person, an object or any work of art. As long as an information aboutan event or observation of a person, an object or any work of art has not beeninterpreted or altered but still in its original state, it is regarded as aprimary source. Primary source helps anyone in search of any particularinformation about an event or study of a person, an object or any work of artgets first-hand information for their works. Primary source relates theobserver’s direct view and they can serve as evidences for further researches.

  Furthermore, they can be in written form, examples;an original journal, diary, a novel, original notes from an experiment ororiginal research, an original letter etc or in non-written form, examples; apiece of artwork or furniture, musical score or theatrical performance, sounds,pictures etc. My personal experience with primary source is attending toassignments during my Degree. A Professional Child Psychologist Interview of one of my psychologycourses. The questions of the interviewer are aimed at finding out moreinformation about the profession, and making the right career choice.

Theinterviewee is a non-academic child psychologist who has a doctoral degree inpsychology. This interview resulted in having first-hand information whichcould be used by any as a source of a specific research.  Secondary sources or materials are anyinformation that is a modification, extraction, interpretation and evaluationof any primary source or material.

They are enhanced information or hybrid ofprimary source because they explains, describes, interprets or analyses aprimary source for better understanding to any reader. Secondary sources or materialscan also be in either written form, examples; Bibliographies, Biographicalworks, Reference books including dictionaries, encyclopaedias and atlases, Articlesfrom magazines, Literature reviews and review articles, History books, Works ofcriticism and interpretation, Commentaries and treatises, Textbooks and Indexesand abstracts etc or in non-written form (sound, pictures, movies, etc.)examples movie reviews, Documentaries etc. or materials are raw facts gotten from an event or studyof a person, an object or any work of art. As long as an information aboutan event or observation of a person, an object or any work of art has not beeninterpreted or altered but still in its original state, it is regarded as aprimary source.

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Primary source helps anyone in search of any particularinformation about an event or study of a person, an object or any work of artgets first-hand information for their works. Primary source relates theobserver’s direct view and they can serve as evidences for further researches.  Furthermore, they can be in written form, examples;an original journal, diary, a novel, original notes from an experiment ororiginal research, an original letter etc or in non-written form, examples; apiece of artwork or furniture, musical score or theatrical performance, sounds,pictures etc.

My personal experience with primary source is attending toassignments during my Degree. A Professional Child Psychologist Interview of one of my psychologycourses. The questions of the interviewer are aimed at finding out moreinformation about the profession, and making the right career choice. Theinterviewee is a non-academic child psychologist who has a doctoral degree inpsychology.

This interview resulted in having first-hand information whichcould be used by any as a source of a specific research.  Secondary sources or materials are anyinformation that is a modification, extraction, interpretation and evaluationof any primary source or material. They are enhanced information or hybrid ofprimary source because they explains, describes, interprets or analyses aprimary source for better understanding to any reader. Secondary sources or materialscan also be in either written form, examples; Bibliographies, Biographicalworks, Reference books including dictionaries, encyclopaedias and atlases, Articlesfrom magazines, Literature reviews and review articles, History books, Works ofcriticism and interpretation, Commentaries and treatises, Textbooks and Indexesand abstracts etc or in non-written form (sound, pictures, movies, etc.)examples movie reviews, Documentaries etc.