Prompt: You’re taking a class in comparative democratization where your professor wants you
to work with a partner on a research project. Your partner is not a political science major, but
you don’t hold that against them. They have no clue how to start looking for sources or what
makes a scholarly vs. non-scholarly source distinction. What are the three things you would tell
them to begin, and why are these the first three piece of advice you’d give? What makes these
three pieces of advice the most important thing to know as someone starting a research project?
USE CHAPTER 3 FROM THE BOOK PDF I ATTACHED AND CITE ANYTHING YOU
USE FROM IT IF YOU USE ANY OUTSIDE SOURCES BE SURE TO CITE THEM AS
WELL PLEASE! সহ
I will put `Number of Sources` as 0 but make sure you include the book and any outside sources
you use. Please let me know after you read all of these instructions in the message board.