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Types of Documents
Mind Map on Types of Documents, created by Sebastián Gómez on 06/12/2020.
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Types of Documents
Here we present some characteristics and examples of the different types of documents.
Popular Culture Documents
Are designed to entertain, inform, and perhaps persuade the public.
Television, film, radio, newspapers, literary works, photography, cartoons, and the Internet are sources of “public” data that help to track the change and trends.
Provide subjective conclusions
Diaries, letters, home videos, children’s growth records, scrapbooks and photo albums, calendars, autobiographies, travel logs, and personal blogs.
Refer to any first-person narrative that describes an individual’s actions, experiences, and beliefs
Give us a snapshot (personal perspective) into what the author thinks is important.
These might be otherwise unknown through direct observation
The official, ongoing records of a society’s activities.
Ethnographer field notes, diary entries, reports to various agencies, books, newspaper articles, works of fiction about the culture, and photographs.
Available online or in the physical setting that one is studying.
Capture activities and events as they happen, including communication patterns
Facial expressions, gestures, and emotions
Film, video, photography, and web-based media. Public records, personal documents, and popular cultural materials can all be in visual formats.
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