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Women's and Gender Studies

Resources for those interested in Women's and Gender Studies

Evaluating News Sources

Newspapers are a great place to find information on current events that can be important to your research, just use your critical thinking skills to evaluate the source of the article to determine if it is a partisan source. For some tips on evaluating news sources, check out our Media Literacy library guide by Librarian Brea Henson.

The chart below was featured on the professional blog of journalism professor Dr. Dennis G. Jerz from Seton Hill University.

Source: Jerz, Dennis G. 2016. "Vanessa Otero’s Complex vs. Clickbait, Liberal vs. Conservative Media Chart." Jerz's Literary Blog.

If you need help finding news, please contact your Women's and Gender Studies Subject Librarian, Julie Leuzinger

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