The problem with a secondary source is that the author has interpreted the

The problem with a secondary source is that the

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paraphrase the works of researchers and theorists. The problem with a secondary source is that the author has interpreted the works of someone else, and this interpretation is influenced by that author’s perception and bias. Authors have sometimes spread errors and misinterpretations by using secondary sources rather than primary sources. One should use mostly primary sources to write literature reviews. Secondary sources are used when primary sources cannot be located or utilized, or if a secondary source contains creative ideas or a unique organization of information not found in a primary source. DIF: Cognitive Level: Synthesis REF: Page 101 Chapter 7: Frameworks Test Bank MULTIPLE CHOICE 1.What is a framework? DIF: Cognitive Level: Identification REF: Page 116 2.What is a concept?
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