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Order Details: USSY 286 Puzzled BibliographyrnNow that we have determined the direction of your research, the next step you will take will be to assemble a bibliography of primary and secondary material. Primary material will be “unfiltered” documents, such as newspaper articles, letters, oral interviews, images, brochures, and manuals, to name a few. This material will be the evidence for the arguments that you make in your research paper. For example, a research paper on “Puzzles, Video Games, and Psychology” could use the manuals that accompany a video game or newspaper stories about puzzle-based videogames as evidence. Secondary material will be interpretive and analytical, such as histories, essays, and journal articles. This material will allow you to contextualize your evidence and help you to support the position that you take in your research paper. For example, a research paper on “The Puzzle of Marriage” will need to be informed by a certain am ount of the general history of marriage. A psychologist analyzing the relationship between first-person shooters and violence would be an appropriate secondary source for a paper on videogames. An anthropologist’s study of marriage in other cultures would be a secondary source for a project on marriage.rnYou will arrange your bibliography alphabetically under the headings, Primary Sources and Secondary Sources. You will need 12 Primary Sources and 5 Secondary Sources for this assignment. Examples can be found below. The bibliography is due at the beginning of class on Friday, April 8, and is worth 5% of your final grade. No late papers will be accepted.rnPrimary Sourcesrn“Beautiful one day, demolished the next,” in the Good Weekend section of the Sydney Morning Herald, 3 August 2002, 25.rn“Believe Five Dead in Fire,” New York Times, 12 January 1911, 3.rnBerger, Meyer. “About New York,” New York Times, 24 October 1958, 29.rnSecondary SourcesrnAnder son, Martin. The Federal Bulldozer: A Critical Analysis of Urban Renewal. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1964.rnBederman, Gail. Manliness and Civilization: A Cultural History of Gender and Race in the United States, 1880 – 1917. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995.

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