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Unformatted text preview: Source 3: 1. The author of this source is Brian Blackstone. 2. This source was created on September 15, 2010. 3. The title of this source is Germany’s Anti-Deflation Weapon? Oktoberfest . 4. http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2010/09/15/germanys-anti-deflation-weapon-oktoberfest/ 5. I believe this source is credible because it is from a very well-known source, the Wall Street Journal. It also refers to the main points of Oktoberfest and gives many good facts about last year’s celebration. Source 4: 1. The author of this source is Kathryn Lane. 2. This source was published in 2001. 3. The title of this source is Germany: the culture . 4. http://books.google.com/books? id=0fO3XgfoP9cC&pg=PA13&dq=Oktoberfest+in+Germany&hl=en&ei=pHFPTYm- D8L88AajwOGGDw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CE0Q6AEw Ag#v=onepage&q=Oktoberfest%20in%20Germany&f=false 5. I believe this source is credible because it talks all about the culture of Germany, not just this one specific part of it. Also, books generally have credible information. Source 5: 1. The author of this source is Igor I. Solar. 2. This source was created November 8, 2010. 3. The title of this source is Oktoberfest: Lively German traditions persist in Malloco, Chile. 4. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/299933 5. I believe this source is credible because it is from...
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- Spring '08
- The Culture, celebration, Culture of Germany, World Languages and Cultures