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Critical analysis of information sources - Macquarie University

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Jul 3, 2015 ... Critical Analysis of Information Sources. ... You can initially appraise a source by first examining the bibliographic citation. ... of a book, journal article, essay, or some other published material. ... Read the preface to determine the author's intentions for the book. ... Assumptions should be reasonable.

Essay Analyzing a Source - The College Board

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Apr 10, 2005 ... The redesigned sat® prominently emphasizes source analysis and evidence use in the context of ... analyze; students are further advised that, in all cases, they should center ... from an article by Dana Gioia about the value of literary reading. As you read the passage below, consider how Dana Gioia uses.

How do I analyze a reading? - The University of Texas at San Antonio

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You analyze ideas and judge them by your own set of values. ... College assignments often ask you to “analyze,” “infer,” or “interpret” some article or other reading. ... You should be able to point to a reason why you have that opinion— for ... Generally, information from professionally certified sources and information that can ....

How to Analyze a Primary Source: 11 Steps (with Pictures)

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Edit Article ... Read on to find out how to analyze a primary source. ... After analyzing a source, you should be able to tell the quality of the source by the proximity ...

How to Critically Analyze Information Sources - AnthroNiche

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Jan 11, 2011 ... You can begin evaluating a physical information source (a book or an article for instance) ... Is the book or article written on a topic in the author's area of ... and critically you should scrutinize his or her ideas. 3. ... Does the work update other sources, substantiate other materials you have read, or add new...

Evaluating Internet Sources : Olson Library

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Dec 21, 2009 ... There are six (6) criteria that should be applied when evaluating any Web ... The more questions you can answer "yes", the more likely the Web site is one of quality. ... substantiate other materials you have read, or add new information? ... If you find an article describing the ecology of black bears, you ne...

Evaluating Internet Research Sources - VirtualSalt

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If you read an article saying that the area where you live will experience a major ... The author or source of the information should show some evidence of being ... includes all the types that provide some judgment or analysis of content.

A Guide to Reading and Analyzing Academic Articles - Yukon College

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This guide aims to show you how to read and understand scholarly articles, a skill .... author got the information and what sources were used will tell you whether the ... You should be able to find the author's statement of purpose, or THESIS ...

Evaluating Information Sources | Get Research Help

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You will need to evaluate each resource you use for research, whether it is an online ... article, a website, a book, a newspaper article, or other source that you want to cite. Use the questions in this guide to analyze materials and to assess how .... but you as the consumer of the information should know what that opinion is, ....

Evaluating Sources and Arguments - Anoka Ramsey Community ...

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V: Three Articles to Analyze ... Example: If an article is written by David Duke on how America should treat its minority populations ... If in the article you intend to use for source support in your essay you cannot find a little biographical ... If no biographical information is readily available, read the whole article and ask your...

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When you read an article why should you analyze the source of ...

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to make sure that it does not contradict something else in the article. ... When you read an article why should you analyze the source of information? When you ...

Critically Analyzing Information Sources - Cornell University Library ...

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Critical Analysis of the Content. CONTENT ANALYSIS. Having made an initial appraisal, you should now examine the body of the source. Read the preface to ...

Reading primary sources: An introduction for students - Learn NC

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When you read a secondary source, you are essentially taking someone ... a primary source, you'll want to identify it, contextualize it, explore it, analyze it, ... have been, and whether or not this source should be considered credible. ... You can look for information about the historical context for your sources in many places.

How to Evaluate Information Sources | University of Saskatchewan ...

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Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Sources of Information ... included at the end of the article, allowing you to trace the information on which the author has ... Further Reading ... Critically Analyzing Information Sources (Cornell University Library).

History: How to Analyze a Primary Source | Carleton College

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Sep 16, 2013 ... ... the past than by examining the sources--whether journals, newspaper articles, ... In order to analyze a primary source you need information about two things: the ... What can a careful reading of the text (even if it is an object) tell you? ... Is it prescriptive--telling you what people thought should happen--or ...