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Need help doing an annotated review on gender discrimination focused more towards women.

Sources for Qualitative Data—(verbal, observational)

  • Ethnographies (research conducted by social scientists using observation and personal interview)
  • News accounts by nonpartisan, print, television, radio, and Internet-based journalists. Acceptable media sources include national "flagship" newspapers such as the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, as well as electronic media such as National Public Radio (NPR), and Public Broadcast Networks (PBS). The hard news of local newspapers can also be cited.
  • It is important to note that some of these media outlets often have a political leaning that may color how news stories are reported. It is important to be mindful not only of what is being said, but of what is NOT being said. Opinion and editorials in all newspapers should be avoided because they can be based on opinion rather than empiricism (objective research).

Sources for Quantitative Data—(numbers, percentages, statistics) 


each source must have a descriptive summary on the sources info

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