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How many sources do I need ?
This is a two-part answer:
Annotate at least 5 sources for the Annotated Bibliography.
For the research paper, usemore than 5 total sources to write a well-argued paper with sufficient, credible evidence. (Approx. 7-10 sources.)
A rich, multi-disciplinary collection of articles from over 4,600 scholarly journals presenting research and analysis. Also includes popular magazines and other publications.
Issues & ControversiesPro- and Con- viewpoint articles on many "hot topics." Also includes overview or background articles and news. Sometimes includes primary sources, newspaper editorials and videos. Keyword search or browse popular topics by category or alphabetical listing.
Global Issues in ContextIncludes global viewpoints and global news; some topics include reference materials, country information, primary source documents, videos, and statistics.
Read academic ebooks accessible online 24/7. Search within books, and read just those chapters or segments that pertain to your research. View tables of contents and indexes. Downloads frequently available. Sign in to add notes, highlights and bookmarks and save to the Ebook Central bookshelf.
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Academic books accessible online 24/7. Search within the book and read only segments relevant to your research. View tables of contents and indexes. Read online, download, or print sections. In PDF mode, add notations. To save your notes and bookmarks, create a free Ebsco eBook sign-in account.
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