Welcome to the University of Dayton Libraries' guide to SSC 200 with Dr. Berry. Use the left-side links to explore the many resources available to support the course information needs.
Primary sources in the social sciences differ from those used in the humanities. This page from Drew University points out what primary research articles in the sciences look like.
LaSalle University also has a useful page that describes empirical articles.
Characteristics of peer reviewed primary sources include the following:
Adapted from http://libguides.lib.msu.edu/scienceprimarysources
The video below also explains more about primary peer reviewed sources. Although created for the sciences, the video also shows that articles from the social sciences share many of the same characteristics.