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1. Novice searchers take the time to define their research topic and determine the questions that need to be explored and answered.
2. Before you begin your research you should? (Choose all that apply)
3. The concept of "teenagers" and teenage culture first developed in the 1950's due to the increasing economic independence of young people. Is this statement a thesis or a fact?
4. Which of the following examples progresses from broad to narrow?
5. Which two of these are efficient ways to focus your research topic?
6. Asking the question: "Do I need in-depth treatment supported by research?" helps determine the ___________ of the sources you need.
For Questions 7-9 decide whether each citation is from a popular or scholarly source.
7. Harrison, Kristen. "The Body Electric: Thin-Ideal Media and Eating Disorders in Adolescents."
(Statistical Data Included) Journal of Communication, Summer 2000 v50 i3 p119(25).
8. "Getting the Skinny on TV." Discover, Dec 1999 v20 i12 p34(1) (203 words)
9. Hogan, Matthew. "The 1948 Massacre at Deir Yassin Revisited." The Historian,
Wntr 2001 v63 i2 p309 (10105 words).
10. Matching the Type of Resource to the Type of Information.
Each pair below consists of the title of a resource and the type(s) of information it contains.
Examine each title carefully, and then determine whether or not it contains the type of information indicated.
(Check the pair that DOES NOT MATCH)