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Do academic journals count as primary sources?

Last Updated: Sep 16, 2013  |  11 Views

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If the article is reporting on original research, then a journal article would be considered primary source material.  

The fact that an article comes from a scholarly or peer-reviewed journal by itself does not constitue primary research.  To see more details on this question, please check out our handout on the subject:

http://library.strose.edu/primarySecondary

Answered by Peter KoonzBookmark and Share

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