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 What is a primary source of information?

Answer A primary source is a reference that is written during the time period that is being studied, such as newspaper articles, journals, buildings and photographs. Primary sources help historians better... Read More »
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Why is Wikipedia taken seriously as a source of information?

It is all about sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:V… - "Even if you're sure something is true, it must be verifiable before you can add it".What really matters is how you pick up th... Read More »
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Do you think wikipedia is a credible source of information?

When I attended college the first source my Professor said not to trust is wikipedia. It is an open source of info allowing anyone to enter facts, delete facts, and enter information without citing... Read More »
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Is Wikipedia really a good source of information or not?

Quality is not a black and white picture. It's a spread from the ridiculous and laughable (try searching for what the "Time Cube" guy thinks sometime) all the way through to excellent material publ... Read More »
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Is wikipedia a relyable source of information?

It basically depends on who you ask, as you'll get just as many yes answers as you will no answers. Overall, it's a fairly decent source of information. However, there are at least a few articles t... Read More »
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