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SS Statement NINE GO

Sources / Perspective

accuracy condition or quality of being correct; how well it describes what really happened
perspective refers to the position from which something is seen (viewpoint)
source anything that provide news or information about a topic
verify confirm; to prove the truth of, by evidence or testimony
historic perspective looks at how people saw an issue or subject in the past
contemporary perspective examines how people view an issue or subject today in the present
primary source the original records or first hand accounts of an event being studied
secondary source the writings and interpretations of later writers who have read the information in primary sources
original first or earliest; NOT a copy or imitation
bias a prejudice that a writer my have