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please help !!!!!! Consider the following situation and explain what might be a problem with the credibility of the source or the thinking involved: Your friend has been crowned Homecoming Queen for this year and she has decided to write her research paper on the problems that "Queens" have with their courts. She is going to compare herself and her "court" with Queen Elizabeth I and her court. Pitfalls in credibility?

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To get to the main logical problem, you have to go back to the definition of queen. How would using her own experience as Homecoming Queen help her understand the problems Queen Elizabeth had? Is she really establishing credibility with her experience as Homecoming Queen?
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