Media and Information Sources

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Media and Information Sources by Mind Map: Media and Information Sources

1. Secondary sources

1.1. biographies

1.2. dictionaries

1.3. dissertations

1.4. textbooks

1.4.1. Diwa

1.4.2. Astronomy

1.4.3. Algebra

1.5. newspaper

1.5.1. Sunstar

1.5.2. Inquirer

1.5.3. Manila Bulletin

1.6. encyclopedias

2. Primary sources

2.1. diaries

2.2. interviews

2.3. letters

2.4. manuscripts

2.4.1. Holy Bible

2.4.2. Book of Enoch

2.5. memoirs

2.6. speeches

2.7. statistics

2.8. works of art

2.8.1. Mona Lisa

2.8.2. The Starry Night

2.8.3. Girl with a Pearl Earring

3. Government sources

3.1. legislation

3.2. reports

3.3. statistics

4. Circulating books

4.1. fiction

4.1.1. The Lord of the Rings

4.1.2. Harry Potter

4.1.3. Hunger Games

4.1.4. Dune

4.2. non-fiction

4.2.1. A Brief History of Time

4.2.2. In Cold Blood

4.2.3. Everything Under the Sun

5. Magazine and Newspaper articles

5.1. popular articles

5.1.1. Time

5.1.2. Newsweek

5.1.3. Rolling Stone

5.1.4. Popular Mechanics

5.1.5. Interview

5.1.6. Good Housekeeping

5.1.7. Elle

5.1.8. GQ

5.1.9. Sports Illustrated

6. Reference books

6.1. dictionaries

6.1.1. Oxford

6.1.2. Merriam

6.1.3. Macmillan

6.2. encyclopedias

6.2.1. Britannica

6.2.2. American Jurisprudence

6.3. handbooks

6.4. yearbooks

7. World Wide Web

7.1. web pages

7.1.1. Wikipedia.org

7.1.2. Google.com

7.1.3. Amazon.com

7.1.4. Nasa.gov

7.2. images

7.2.1. Instagram

7.2.2. Facebook

7.2.3. Twitter

7.3. videos

7.3.1. Youtube

7.3.2. TikTok

7.4. audio

7.4.1. Spotify

7.4.2. Deezer

7.4.3. YTmusic

7.4.4. Audible

8. Journal articles

8.1. peer-reviewed articles

8.1.1. scientificexploration.org

8.2. refereed articles

8.3. scholarly articles

8.3.1. Google Scholar