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Jan 20th, 2015
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(15.)  Read the scenario:

 
You are in the process of conducting research when you find a source that makes you think about your topic in a new way. You want to include this source in your paper, but it does not answer any of the research questions that you initially asked.

 
Which strategy could you use to troubleshoot this problem?
 
1. Change your topic.
2. Adjust your research questions.
3. Ignore the source and concentrate on the others you have found.
4. Include the source without adjusting your research questions.

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(16.)  When would you need to investigate new source material?
 
1. You have completed your research but lack the material to write a whole paper.
2. You have found multiple sources that provide different answers to your questions.
3. You have read through several sources that offer conflicting perspectives on an issue.
4. You find that your thesis is not supported by the sources that you have consulted.

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(17.)  What is one indication that a research source may contain misconceptions?
 
1. Another article that you have read conflicts with the information in this article.
2. The article is written in a negative tone.
3. The article is published by a nonacademic organization.
4. The author of the source is unknown

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(18.) When should information be organized under a single subtopic?
 
1. You have three sources that all present the same information on a single topic.
2. You have three sources from which you will draw lengthy direct quotes.
3. You have three sources that are not instrumental to your argument but which contain interesting ideas.
4. You have three sources that each explain an aspect of the history of your topic.

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(19.) When should you use chronological organization?
 
1. You are attempting to organize all the evidence you have compiled to support one of your subclaims.
2. You are attempting to show how an idea developed over a period of several hundred years.
3. You are attempting to explain a process by outlining the steps involved.
4. You are attempting to expose the differences in the viewpoints of the sources you have compiled.
 

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