Purpose: The quality of your research often depends on the quality of the sources and evidence you use. This is why professors often prefer scholarly sources—ones published in peer-reviewed publications (in academic journals and university presses, for example) by experts. But sometimes it’s not easy to tell what makes for a scholarly source. In this assignment, we’ll answer a few questions that help us evaluate sources and practice a few other techniques that help us find more sources.
Task: This assignment has two parts. For part two, I encourage you to look for sources most relevant to your final essay topic. (Essay topic is Political Causes of Mexican Revolution) You will be able to reuse them for the final draft.
Note: you should end up with two scholarly sources: one you located via backward citation tracing, and one you located via forward citation tracing. You can use both of these in your final paper.
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