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Resources for Business, Marketing and Advertising: Plagiarism

This research guide highlights sources related to Business, Advertising and Marketing. Be sure to check the Online Catalog and or consult with a Reference Information Professional for assistance.

Check your Facts

FactCheck.org 

Checks: Political Statements. Note: Product of Annenberg Public Policy Center. 


PolitiFact 

Checks: Political Statements. Note: Has won the Pulitzer Prize.


Snopes.com 

Checks: News stores, Memes, and Urban legends. Note: Works cited at the end of debunking articles. 


SciCheck

Checks: Scientific Claims. Note: Part of FactCheck.org with focus on science. 


All Sides 

Checks: Bias rating for News articles, Websites, Think Tanks, Companies, etc. Note: A Multi-partisan website with bias ratings (left, center, right).


OpenSecrets.org

 

Checks: Effect of money and lobbying on elections and public policy. Note: Product of the Center for Responsive Politics (non-profit and nonpartisan).


LinkedIn

 

Checks: Author backgrounds and work history. Note: Not intended for extensive credibility research. Intended as a professional networking website.

Plagiarism In the Catalog

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