A Usable Source Rubric with Caveats

  A skilled writer may defy any of these ethical considerations without his audience being able to spot it.  Below are listed additional caveats that may not necessarily mean that a source is inaccurate, irrelevant, or otherwise unusable, but which should definitely...

Module 3: Politics and the Legal Landscape of Information

Module 3: Politics and the Legal Landscape of Information in the United States Introduction In the early United States partisan newspaper presses and their owners were drivers of the political debate. As the two major American political parties established themselves,...

Module 4: The Production of Information

Module 4: The Production of Information Introduction The complex information ecosystem–in which public and private sources battle for control of policy, in which marketers and publishers compete for the public’s attention, in which popular press magazines...