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Secondary Research

 

Secondary Research generally reviews current research literature from well-researched in professional journals. Unlike primary research, secondary research's aim is to thoroughly describe (from a variety of academic viewpoints) an issue or problem that has been well-documented in professional literature. All academic disciplines lend themselves to secondary research. The greatest hurdle in secondary research is the vast amount of professional literature already written about the issue or problem. To assist BIS students with secondary research, Stewart Library bibliographers are available to help guide students with the most current and relevant literature for the issue or problem under investigation . Secondary research Capstone Reports typically are between 35 to 45 pages in length. Remember that all three academic disciplines must be thoroughly addressed in the Capstone Project. More secondary research information

Secondary Research Capstone Project Examples