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DISC 2306: Prof. Rosendale: Primary Sources

This guide contains resources I think will best help you all write your comparative research papers on each of your conflicts of choice

How to use Primary Sources

Primary Sources are items/documents that are first-hand accounts of some element of your conflict. When analyzing these sources, look for 1. Speaker, 2. Audience, 3. Motivation as you create your secondary analysis