As you prepare to make arguments in your Portfolio Project for a particular posi

As you prepare to make arguments in your Portfolio Project for a particular position (essay about social inequality) this is a good time to discuss the credibility of sources.
Reflect: Think about the sources you are using in your paper. Why are the sources credible?
Write:In this week’s discussion, answer the following:
What specific facts are you required to know, share, and defend in your field?
What sources do you consider most credible when you defend facts and statements to someone who is questioning you about the accuracy of your claims?
How do you know these sources are credible? How do others find them credible? When you can’t find the answers you need how do you do research to get information to solve your problem?
Here are some examples: 
Secretaries have to create and keep track of schedules and other kinds of information, which they produce on request for clients or supervisors. Financial workers have to respond to auditors and advise clients about the best investment opportunities.
Sales people have to answer questions about products and defend their claims about quality and performance.
Tech support employees explore facts surrounding each customer’s situation and troubleshoot using the process of elimination.
Managers have to know all aspects of a job and ensure production requirements are met by the people under their watch. Essentially for this assignment discuss how you find facts, how you know they are credible, and where you might go when you need a reference, or more information to solve a problem.


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