Credibility in Research notes
Credibility in Research notes COM 101H
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Credibility in Research Credibility is believability Aristotle s points Ethos ethics Pathos Passionemotion Logos Logic 2 Types of sources Primary rst person an interview Secondary a step below rst person a textbook Finding sources in the library Catalogs entire content of the library and periodicals more speci c like newspapers Questionable credibility No author no copyright date unprofessional appearance quotcomquot websites Look for edu or gov websites Supporting your ideas Use statistics wisely not too many Lay testimonies and expert testimonies Analogies Literal compare two real things and gurative compare an abstract idea to a concrete one