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SAA - ACRL/RBMS Primary Source Literacy
Book on History Research Methodology
Documentary Research in Education, History, and the Social Sciences by
Call Number: ebook
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
Contents: Reading between the lines -- Paper tigers: social research and documentary studies -- The joy of life: doing documentary research -- Behind the scenes: records and archives -- On the record: printer and archives -- On the record: printed media and literature -- Life and times: diaries, letters and autobiographies -- A new leaf: connections and conclusions.
Subjects: Social sciences Research Methodology.
Social sciences Archival resources.
Education Research Methodology.
Education Archival resources.
History Research Methodology.
Sciences sociales Recherche Méthodologie.
Sciences sociales Fonds d'archives.
Éducation Recherche Méthodologie.
Éducation Fonds d'archives.
Histoire Recherche Méthodologie.
SOCIAL SCIENCE Research.
SOCIAL SCIENCE Methodology.
Summary: This up to date examination of how to research and utilise documents analyses texts from the past and present, considering sources ranging from personal archives to online documents and including books, reports, official documents and printed media.
A Student's Guide to History by
Call Number: ebook
Publication Date: 2013-05-03
This guide provides comprehensive coverage of the historian's research process -- from formulating a research question to how to find, evaluate, and work with sources of all types -- written and nonwritten, in print and online. The writing process is explained thoroughly as advice on creating a strong thesis and writing an effective paper culminates with a model student research paper. The appendices and companion Web site point students to the most helpful research resources.
Getting Ready for Next Year in Senior Seminar
The Atlantic Monthly (1857-1932); Boston