Final Paper Research Guide

Final Paper Research Guide - REL 135 Spring 2008 Final...

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REL 135                     Spring 2008                          Final Paper Research Guide      This document contains information that is supposed to make it easier to do the research for  the final paper for this course.  Some of the information has already been mentioned in section,  but this document is more complete.  Most of the work of putting this together was done by Jeff  Pryor, so we have him to thank!   As you probably know, in writing an academic paper – at any level, whether that be  undergraduate, graduate, or professional – it is imperative to base your work only on academic  sources.  Academic sources (like academic books and journal articles) are subject to what is  called ‘peer-review.’   This just means that before something academic is published, it is  critically examined for accuracy beforehand.  Most things that are published are not subject to  this level of scrutiny – this level of scrutiny is a key part of what distinguishes academic work  from non-academic work, so it is important.  Stick to academic sources!
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course REL 135g taught by Professor Robertfordcampany during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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