Finding and evaluating sources

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Question 15 Now that you have a list of citations and their accompanying bibliographic information, what question is not relevant when evaluating the source's audience?

Can you tell who the author's intended audience is?
Can you determine if the audience is suited to your purpose?
For how large an audience is the piece intended?
Is the material intended for a popular audience, and is that suitable for your needs?



Question 16
Which of the following criteria is not relevant when evaluating the content of your source?

whether the source is cited in other reputable texts
whether the author acknowledges differing or even opposing viewpoints
whether the source emphasizes only one part of the topic
whether the source contains too many indirect quotes

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15.Is the material intended for a popular audience, and is that suitable for your needs?

16.whether the source contains too many indirect quotes

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