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Non-Credible Sources Make Research Reports Invalid
Non-credible sources often have just one author, pop-ups, doctored photographs, and changes in font. Researchers should double-check the information, such as dates, with other sources. Non-credible sources also pose dangers for consumers. View Video.
Effective Internet Search: Basic Tools and Advanced Strategies
Internet research falls into three categories: individual facts or data, report or review, and analysis. Before beginning a search, take these steps: 1) analyze the topic, 2) brainstorm, and 3) formulate questions to answer. View Video.
Doing Sociological Research
Introduction to Sociology: Sociological Theory and Research Methods