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Graphic created from images ProQuest, Gale, FactsOnFile, and CQ Press One Subject listing to explore in this module is News and Current Events. Expand this subject by clicking on the "+" sign. If your research topic falls into one of the following categories one of these four database titles shown to your right, may be your lifeline to authoritative, yet balanced coverage. The perfect sources for Pro-Con research:
Question--- The main focus for Pro-Con databases is proving balanced coverage of both sides of any issue. True or false... True?
Thank you! Could you help with another one?
Question-- Primo is an example of a discovery tool interface. True or false? (I guess true?) The best starting point for your research is the SPC Library Online. Driven by the Florida Library Information Network for Community Colleges (LINCC), our online catalog/database gateway runs through the discovery tool interface, Primo (# 1 to you).
i say true
can u help me
I can try once I finish this up.. I two more questions
Last question--- An article citation includes the abstract. True or false? Advanced Search --allows researcher to create as simple or complex a search as needed Citation -- article title, author, the periodical title, and date of the article's publication Abstract only -- citation, plus summarization of the essentials of the article Full-text -- citation, abstract, plus complete text of original article Newspaper/periodical/serial -- a publication with a fixed interval between issues Popular magazine -- written for general audience, general knowledge, vetted by a general editorial board Scholarly journal -- written for subject-knowledgeable audience, peer-reviewed by subject experts PDF/HTML -- PDF visually the same as original article; HTML converted; may not contain graphs or images
idk that one
Ill go with your guess. I have no clue on this one
A logical fallacy is an argument that is logically sound. an argument that has a flaw in its logic. an argument that uses logic and emotion. an argument that backs up logic with science
I got a 90% which is fine with me.. Thank you
Ill check out your question now
Write one or two sentences that illustrate an original example of post hoc. Then write two or three sentences explaining why this is an example of post hoc. Use proper spelling and grammar.