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    However, after reading the article multiple times, I now understand that the author was making a more nuanced argument compared to other articles I’ve read. The author name drops a lot of different sources, but in the end, the main objective of the source is to establish The Quiet American as a historical source. To accomplish that, the author has to establish the relationship between the events in The Quiet American and Greene’s own life. This is also the reason why the author spends a lot of…

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    convention. It is how one presents himself towards a particular group. “Topos is all about framing your communication within a situation that meets expectations or is more clearly understood because of how it is couched (Newbold 3).” Newbold is a reputable source because he researched the different types of way to persuade and explained them thoroughly in addition to his…

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    Hawaiian Culture Myths

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    Therefore, it gives a wider perspective on the similarities and differences of these supreme beings. The authority is valid, although there is only a small part of the article that I will get use on my research. One special perspective from this source is a look into the goddess Kaili, which we do not hear much about when it comes to the telling of Hawaiian mythology. Magoulick, M. (2016). What is Myth?. faculty.gcsu.edu. Retrieved 9 October 2016, from…

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    by portraying countries and people in a light of negativity, putting stereotypes on them. Ways to stop the media bias of today’s new is to gather all information. News should be well put together and state facts about set topic. Finding reliable sources shall make the story better and less dramafied for viewers. News stories should not be falsified, especially about current events as well as making sure that the information is not exaggerated in any…

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    differences between popular and scholarly sources used in research. There are at least five differences between popular and scholarly sources. One of the easy to see reasons is a lack of pictures, and advertisements. Magazines and newspapers are notorious for including these items next to an article (Ashford, 2014). Another difference would be the location of the source. Finding sources through the internet will yield a lot of results, but gathering sources from dictionaries, or sites such…

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    paid attention to spell check. While the sources surely strengthen the argument it does take the attention away from the paper and it would take the readers need to read, away from the paper. Literature Review…

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    http://www.thekingcenter.org/about-dr-king This source is dedicated to educate the world on the life, legacy and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It emphasizes the most important events of his life, his accomplishments, and his teachings. This source meets the currency criteria pretty well, because it was revised on 2014, which compared to the year of Dr. King's death, is accurately current. It is relevant because the whole source is about Martin Luther King, Jr, the website is called…

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    if a website is credible or not. You may think it is not credible because of how the website is layed out or that the information is so old that it doesn't apply today. If you find yourself asking that question then you need to look at what makes a source credible. The things to determine whether a website is credible or not is authority, accuracy, and currentisity of that specific website. While researching a specific topic, it is important that you look at the authority of the author whose…

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    Merits Of Wikipedia

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    In “Wikipedia is an Important Source of Information,” the author Craig Belanger contends that Wikipedia is an innovative and appropriate way to access information. By stating the exact number of the whole content of Wikipedia, Belanger emphasizes the continuing growth of Wikipedia and importance of the new way of thinking the site has provided. The author praises the exclusive driving force of Wikipedia, the Web 2.0 service, which allows all users to create and share their information. The…

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    I chose Chapter 23 “Using Source Material” in Writing: 10 Core Concepts. “Using Source Material” is important and useful information on how to use other sources in your writing effectively. Chapter 23 gives examples for how to: include enough information to back up your ideas, but not so much information that it covers up what you want to say. In addition, it gives tips for how to incorporate it into your writing. Robert P. Yagelski argues that “The challenge for many students is resisting the…

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