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discussion 2 week 2 engl - particular topic on the Wiki...

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When reading over the blog, my first opinions of blogs are always, they are not credible because it is just someone writing what they want to write. But as I continued to read through I did find that this blog held a lot of information and it was fairly recent. I was able to see that the blogger was not completely bias by this statement he made, the blogger said that it was difficult for him to make a decision about this topic because he had talked to other people and got their opinions. I was also able to find that this blog is the official blog of the NCADP and has more than 100 local, state, national and international affiliates, so I believe that this source is credible. The Wiki site right away alerted me that the information they had needed more reliable resources and it encouraged people to add to those resources so that would alert me to be wary about this
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Unformatted text preview: particular topic on the Wiki website. I could use the information on their website but I would want to do a little bit more research on my own as well to make sure that the information is correct. The internet website that was provided to look over I do not believe is credible. It had a lot of good information and the sources were cited but the sources were from at least ten years ago. It is important to make sure that your information is up to date; also some of the sources were askjeeves.com which is not always a reliable source as well. The reading from the University Library I believe is a credible source, it has been peer reviewed and is a scholarly journal. This reading lists many sources that are all credible such as different court cases to give examples....
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2011 for the course CRT 205 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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