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Week 2 Short Responses Question 1
What types of primary and secondary sources will you need to use to support the topic you
are examining in your essay? You don't need the actual sources yet, but you should have an
idea of what they might be (such as an eyewitness account of an event, for example).
Answer:
The primary sources that I will use in support of the landmark event regarding the enactment
of the Equal Wage Act of 1963 are the print publication by the United States Federal Register
(FR or Fed. Reg.) Which is the official gazette of the United States Government that was in
charge of publishing the new Law.
Secondary sources will include journalistic publications that comment on the Salary Law of
1963, regarding its scope and limitations.
Week 2 Short Responses Question 2
What are two or three keywords you could use to look for sources to answer this question?
Answer:
I would start my search with: “Equal Salary Law of 1963”, “New Salary Law” and “Labor
Laws”, because they all refer to legislation related to employee wages. To this search I can
add Boolean operators to make the search more exhaustive or more specific.
Week 2 Short Responses Question 3
What subject terms can you use to continue your search?
Answer:
Other terms that I could use to continue the search are: "Congress", "Salary", "Salary gap" or
"Salary by gender".
Week 2 Short Responses Question 4
When you search for "construction," you get a lot of extraneous answers. What [?]Boolean
operators [/?] and corresponding search terms could you use to narrow your search?
Answer:
The Boolean operators that I can use to limit my search are: "Equal Salary" and "Congress",
as well as "Equal Salary Law" or "Salary gap".

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