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Interviews

 

How to Evaluate Sources

How to Evaluate an Interview

Field sources—such as interviews, correspondence, observations, and surveys—pose an interesting problem for research writers because most information about evaluating sources seems to focus on print or electronic sources. With some adjustment, however, most of the criteria used to evaluate print and electronic sources can be applied to field sources. In the following demonstrations, we’ll focus on how to evaluate an original interview:

 
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