Interpretation of Film 10-26-07

Interpretation of Film 10-26-07 - This will explain why...

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Interpretation of Film 10/26/07 How to evaluate sources: - authority *check the author *check author’s credentials *anonymous author is suspicious - currency *check the date *unless your work is on a specific time period, make sure your information is recent and not outdated - validity/accuracy *never use facts that are not supported by citations *you must have a source that backs up your ideas *information may be common knowledge, but otherwise requires citation - audience *be aware of the intended audience of your source.
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Unformatted text preview: This will explain why info is presented in this way. *publications for scholars in the field will contain more jargon and require more knowledge in the field than a source for the general public-point of view *you must consider the perspectives and biases from your source. Sometimes, facts are spun by the beliefs of the author or publisher. This may not paint a full picture *you must supplement your research with other points of view at times....
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ETS 154 taught by Professor Hallas during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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