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ENGL 105 Mangin (Sp 2021)

Between the World and Me and Final Essay

"Scholarly", "peer-reviewed", "academic"

These terms can be considered synonymous and indicate that your sources of information - article, book - are reliable. 

Evaluating Sources: Beyond the CRAAP Test

Is this article scholarly or not? Learn how to recognize reliable sources

Use the link below and follow the instructions: have a look at the title, authors, abstract and references.

Open/download the article.

Use the article you opened/downloaded AND the information from the "Anatomy of a scholarly article".

Read the abstract: will the article show that social media have impact on emotional well-being of teenagers?
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Does the title include relevant keywords?
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Is one of the authors affiliated with Vrije Universiteit? (hint #1: you do not need to read the article to figure this out; hint #2: this information is included in the first page; hint #3: look at the bottom of the page...)
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Look at the references at the end of the article: is #100 likely to include information about peer pressure?
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Is this article scholarly?
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