What would you like to do?
to corroborate a given primary source's claim about an event
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These days, it is TV as most homes in the US have TVs. But newspapers, magazines, etc. cover politics also.
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If you need to look up some information on France and its head of State a good source to consult would be the?
United States Government Manual
how do you have the power to run a city, state, or nation
They are: The Mighty Internet Newspapers Radio And of course, television
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The source of a scientist is the simple answer of them doing their experiment. That's the only place they get information from. Overall scientists answers are pretty legit and… precise.
You could consult an an atlas for general information about a country.
election advertisements or newspaper articles
It is extremely important to look at multiple sources of information, particularly novel or "breaking" news, to get as many facts as possible. A good recent example of this …was the rape of a 16-year-old girl in Steubenville, OH. The local media didn't report on it until it became national news after having gone viral on social media and online activist groups got involved. Some major news channels focused on the experience of the female who was raped - how she's handling the trauma and the stress, what her experience has been. Others focused on the males involved - what they did, their motivations, etc. Still others have focused on the presumed culture of the town in which a teenage girl could be gang-raped, the information could be posted on the internet and the local police don't investigate or prosecute. Each of these three takes on the story are going to provide different information, and each has an inherent bias.
What would be the best source to consult if you are finding information on the topography of a state?
The most reliable source on topography in the United States is theU.S. Geological Survey.
Precious published papers Observations of the natural world Data/measurements from planned experiments
determine whether an assertion made by one source is likely to be true.
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