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Elizabeth Shown Mills
Written in English
Evidence Explained is a guide to the citation and analysis of historical sources. It begins with a simple question: Why do we invest so much of our energy into the citation of sources? Followed by the answer: Because all sources are not created equal. As a citation guide, Evidence Explained is built on this simple question and answer. According to the author, there are no historical resources we can trust at face value. Records simply offer evidence, and their assertions may or may not be true. To decide what actually happened, we must understand those records. To analyze that evidence and judge what to believe, we also need particular facts about those records. Thus, Evidence Explained has two principal uses: it provides citation models for most historical sources especially original materials not covered by classic citation guides such as The Chicago Manual of Style. Beyond that it can help us understand each type of record and identify each in such detail that we and our readers will know not only where to go to find our source, but, equally important, the nature of that source so that the evidence can be better interpreted and the accuracy of our conclusions properly appraised. Covers all contemporary and electronic sources not discussed in traditional style manuals, including digital, audio, and video sources. Explains citation principals and includes more than 1,000 citation models for virtually every source type. Shows readers where to go to find their sources and how to describe them and evaluate them. Teaches readers to separate facts from assertions and theory from proof in the evaluation of evidence. Most importantly, Evidence Explained discusses source citations for every known class of records, including microfilm and microfiche, and records created by the new digital media.
|Other titles||Citing history sources from artifacts to cyberspace|
|Statement||Elizabeth Shown Mills|
|LC Classifications||D5 .M55 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||892|
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Evidence Explained emphasizes resources not covered by standard citation guides. Its closing chapters also cover published resources (the conventional fare of classic citation guides such as APA, Chicago, MLA, and Turabian) and EE follows familiar conventions in doing so.
Evidence Explained is the go-to guide for everyone who explores the past. Evidence Explained is built on one core principle: We cannot judge the reliability of any information unless we know. exactly where the information came from; and; the strengths and weaknesses of that source.
Evidence Explained is the definitive guide to the citation and analysis of historical sources--a guide so thorough that it leaves nothing to chance. While countless websites now suggest ways to identify their offerings, few of those address the analytical needs of a researcher concerned with the nature and provenance of web material, whose numerous incarnations and /5(46).
Evidence Explained is the answer to a genealogist's quest for citation guidelines. With the ever-expanding Internet databases Evidence explained book records collections, it is becoming more and more important for Evidence explained book genealogists to understand how to properly cite these sources.
Evidence Explained is the guide everyone should own/5(36). I have purchased several reference type books for genealogists. Evidence Explained () continues to be my favorite. The text helps one identify and understand record types. There is a handy evidence analysis chart inside the front cover.
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It begins with a simple question: Why do we invest so much of our energy into the citation of sources. Followed immediately by the intriguing answer: Because all sources are not created equal.
As a citation guide, Evidence Explained is built on this simple question and /5(4). Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace This book is certainly the best source currently available to guide the genealogy researcher in documenting sources.
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I’ve been putting off getting my new copy, but now is probably a good time.Evidence Explained is the definitive guide for how to cite every conceivable kind of source material a genealogist might use thus allowing you to create a family history book so extensive that you will eventually know your entire family tree.
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