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Unformatted text preview: search for background information Stating research question- find what type of relationship will be studied (friend/parent)? is there a particular role that should be that focus of the study? How is com related? Identify info that is already known Make a list of terms/similes of the research question 3) Locating sources of Information: Likely to come across two different sources- Primary (study actually doe by author: first had documents, court records, interviews, surveys) and Secondary (restatement or analysis of primary/ summarizes preexisting research) Types of information sources: books, magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, web- google scholar, directory of open access journals Four pieces of info for a legit webpage: author, accuracy, currency, objectivity 4) Organizing and Evaluating Information: Maintain a working bibliography 5) citing: Read ARTICLE Cite materials properly...
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- Spring '08