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What is Emic Perspective? How would it be used?
Emic Perspective is perspective from inside a culture; If a historian was outside a culture, to better understand the culture, she would have to have an Emic Perspective.
What is Etic Perspective? How would it be used?
Etic Perspective is perspective from from outside a culture; If a historian inside a culture was writing an arcticle about the culture, ahe might need Etic Perspective.
What is a Primary Source? Give Examples.
firsthand evidence, usually not published...unless newspaper or book from time period you are researching; examples: manuscripts, photos, maps, journals, documents
What is a Secondary Source? Give Examples.
not firsthand, sources that analyze and interpret the historical events (also sometimes the primary source, too); examples:textbooks, essays, encyclopedia, teacher, history channel (TV)
What are 3 ways that history can be shared?
oral, written, and physical
What are some things historians may be able to tell from artifacts.
resources, food/diet, time period, location, details/artistic ability, level of technology/ intelligence, trade, religion, what they value, whether they had a written language