Graduate level research requires almost the exclusive use of peer-reviewed, scholarly sources. These are academic journals versus popular periodicals or magazines. For example, research on hypertension at the graduate level would be conducted through the Journal of American Medicine versus looking up high blood pressure on Wikipedia. Additionally, graduate research also requires original sources instead of secondary sources. The difference being you conduct the interviews and study original documents, instead of quoting or paraphrasing from another researcher.
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