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LPL 850: Legal Research: Popular v. Scholarly Sources

Popular v. Scholarly Sources

Evaluating Sources for Credibility

This information is from North Carolina State University Libraries. More information on scholarly and popular materials can be found here. Pay special attention to the part of this video that focuses on bias. Bias occurs when data or information is limited in some way, painting an inaccurate representation of a population, or doesn't tell the full story. Bias is problematic because it is common and has the power to impact individuals, groups, and even laws.

Popular v. Scholarly Articles

This information is from BC Campus.

Recap: Scholarly vs. Popular Articles

This information is from U Mass Dartmouth.

The Peer-Review Process

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