Answered By: Cori Strickler
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015     Views: 5

The difference between these two types of sources is based on their relationship to the information. Primary sources document original research done by the scholar. Secondary sources typically compare and contrast multiple types of original research in order to create a better understanding or draw overarching conclusions. For help identifying primary and secondary sources you can view our research guide: http://libguides.bridgewater.edu/identifyingsources 

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