In order to analyze and discuss the claims and ideas in the popular source, use scholarly information sources, including researched and peer-reviewed journals, government websites, and other professional sources (again, not news sources) as outlined in the paper assignment/rubric.
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These databases are good ones to use, too.
Government sources provide statistical information as well as other vetted infomaiton.
Try using the websites listed below, or identify others by doing a Google search, limiting to .gov domain, as shown here.
Bonus tip: Click on Tools to limit by date range and get more current info.
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