Bago umalis si Isagani, hangang-hanga ang katedriko sa mga winika nito Anang kura "Kinapopootan ng bayan ang sundalo na dumakip at hindi ang hukom na nagbaba ng hatol na pagkabilanggo. Kami'y napagitna sa dalawang sibat Sa inyo at sa pamahalaan. Kung ano ang utos sa amin ay siya lamang naming sinusunod." Ngunit ang winikang ito ng kura ay pinula ni Isagani.
as an example, a diary from an immigrant from vietnam to the united states documenting her travel experiences from vietnam to orange county would be considered a primcary source for research on vietnamese immigration to orange county. however, a book written by a professor that analyzes the various writings of vietnam immigrants and interprets the experience of those immigrants is a secondary source for this research.
some examples of primary source formats include:
archives and manuscript material
photographs, audio recordings, video recordings, films
journals, letters and diaries
published books, newspapers and magazine clippings published at the time
records of organizations
autobiographies and memoirs
artifacts, e.g. clothing, costumes, furniture
research data, e.g. public opinion polls
Explanation: It’s 1961 and segregation is rife in America. The US and USSR are locked in a Cold War and the Space Race is its most public battle. Each country is ferociously trying to assert its power over the other while their citizens live in perpetual fear.
All the while, three unassuming women in an office in Virginia are changing the course of history.
Hidden Figures tells the story of these three African-American mathematicians; Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson. During the Cold War, the trio worked at Nasa’s Langley Research Centre in Hampton as the US raced against the USSR to put a man into space. The intellectuals played a vital role in the launch of the now late astronaut John Glenn into orbit as well as in orchestrating his safe return.
The highly lauded film – which has already won awards from the Screen Actors Guild, African-American Film Critics Association, Casting Society of America and received nominations for the Academy Awards and British Academy Film Awards – is released in the UK on February 17. Based on the non-fiction book of the same name by Margot Lee Shetterly, it aims to showcase what can be done in the face of adversity, when sexism and racism tries to put you in a box and what can happen when these walls are knocked down.