Preparing the Research Proposal

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How important is it to be personally invested in an idea? Can you sell an idea that you have no stake in? Why or why not? Using one of the resources from the Course Readings, provide an example of an author who is communicating in a way that tells a reader that the author is credible and is a trustworthy source.

Last week we discussed evaluating credibility. We've talked about the peer-review process, authorship, recency, etc. But, now, you will have someone reading your work and evaluating YOUR credibility (me...and...a peer as part of the peer review process).

Your readers are looking for some sort of validation that you are a credible author. How do you establish credibility in your writing? This is different from our previous discussions related to credibility of the source material.

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