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what are the six questions for examining a source’s reliability?

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  1. anonymous
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    I don't know exactly what you are looking for, but here are questions you should ask: -Who is the author? -What are the author's credentials? _What is the author's reputation among his/her peers? -Who is the publisher? -Is the author associated with a reputable institution or organization? -Has he been mentioned in your textbook or by your teacher? Or any other books? Basically is this a well known source?

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