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Reliability Question (Source Base)

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on 18 August 2013

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Transcript of Reliability Question (Source Base)

Reliability Question (Source Base)
Determine if source is generally reliable or not
Source A is reliable in showing <issue> as it states, ".........." which explains....
*Note: Show how quoted evidence links back to question in explanation.
Source A is reliable in showing <issue> because when I cross refer to contextual knowledge, it states that.... which supports what Source A has mentioned.


Purpose of the source
Consider
a) Author of the source
b) Audience of the source
c) Intent of the author: To discredit/to persuade/to encourage/to criticize/to inform/to educate
d) Intended reaction from the audience: To support/Be angered (tangible/observable actions and feelings)
Conclusion
Is the source more reliable or unreliable? Why?
Support Reliability by supporting with CONTEXTUAL KNOWLEDGE
Give the opposing stand on the issue, do cross reference to another reliable source
Source A is not reliable in showing <issue> because when I cross refer to Source C, it states "......" which contradicts what Source A has mentioned.


Then do cross reference to contextual knowledge
Source A is not reliable in showing <issue> as it states "......" This explains....
When I cross refer to contextual knowledge, it states "....." which explains.... contradicting what Source A mentions.
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