The format of a source does not determine its accuracy, credibility, or reliability. Just because a source is published in a particular format does not mean that we should be fooled into thinking that the source is reliable. There have been plenty of academic journal articles, even peer-reviewed articles that have contained bad, wrong, or misleading information. This is why we need to evaluate and fact-check our information sources.
Read this article for a real-world example:
“I Fooled Millions Into Thinking Chocolate Helps Weight Loss. Here’s How“ by John Bohannon.
Then: Reflect on what you read and write a 1-page reflection using one of the following prompts:
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