com220

In general a book should not be used as source material if it is more than four years old. (An exception to this rule might be historical research)
Why is it important to support assertions with relatively current information?

  1. 👍 0
  2. 👎 0
  3. 👁 117
asked by lynn
  1. What would you find out about President Clinton's terms of office if you were reading a history text published in 1960?

    What would you learn about HIV/AIDS if you had only a science book or scholarly article published in 1970?

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. com220

    In general, a book should not be used as source material if it is more than four years old. (An exception to this rule might be historical research). Why is it important to support assertions with relatively current information?

    asked by lynn on October 9, 2008
  2. reference page for a report

    I wrote a report from general reference on a subject, but don't need a bibliography since I am not using anything from a book/article. Would a resource page where I found a couple of statistics be appropriate? This doesn't really

    asked by marti on June 11, 2007
  3. Literacy 2

    1. Which of the following question should you ask to help determine the suitability of a source? A Who is the source's audience B Can i print this source c Is this source also included in a book D who disagreed with this source

    asked by 40Patricia on June 19, 2015
  4. English 4 help

    1. Which of the following statements is the best example of a limited subject for a research project? A. animal behavior B. animal welfare C. how to improve animal welfare D. improving welfare of farm animals 2. When evaluating

    asked by Karen on May 23, 2014
  5. Finding and evaluating sources

    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

    asked by Christopher on April 28, 2010
  6. Journalism

    Where should you include the source attribution for information you have quoted in a article? A) in the lead paragraph of the article B) After the first sentence of quoted material from the source C) At the end of all the material

    asked by Julia on August 29, 2018
  7. English

    1. Books are expensive. [Books in general] 2. The books are expensive. [The specific books, The particular book...] 3. The book is expensive. 4. The book in general is exprensive. 5. The specific/particular book is expensive. 6. I

    asked by rfvv on March 31, 2018
  8. math

    Book 1 255 book 2 235 book 3 178 book 4 299 book 5 150 book 6 67 book 7 82 book 8 267 book 9 188 book 10 142 book 11 281 book 12 138 book 13 326 book 14 264 book 15 103 ^ number of pages What would be the best graph or display to

    asked by :I on April 30, 2017
  9. MLA CITATION QUESTION... I NEED HELP ASAP

    i am doing a works cited for my essay and one of my articles was from wikipedia online. what do i do if i can't find an author? At the bottom of the Wikipedia page is likely a set of Footnotes or a small bibliography, you may want

    asked by anonymous on February 15, 2007
  10. science(chem)

    I posted this before but nobody replied so I'll post again... this is in reference to whether textbooks such as Fundamentals of analytical chem should be cited as a literature source in a lab report on the titration of wine with

    asked by christina on July 21, 2007

More Similar Questions