However, if the articles are not relevant to the paper, you may use other sources as long as they are research/and or academic-based sources or government sources (no, bbc, people, tabloid, history.com, etc.).

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Citations for the Final Paper
One student asked the following question: “…you mentioned that we need to have 2 citations from course recommended readings. Where would be the best place to find these readings?”
RESPONSE: You might find the articles through Google Scholar, PubMed, PsycInfo. or other academic search engines. Go to Google Scholar and type the title of the article. As students, you should be able to log in to the WSU library system so that you could access the articles you need.
If you cannot access the article from the recommended reading list, you can use another academic source like a journal article, book chapter, etc.
In the guidelines, it says, “Two citations from the course recommended readings must be integrated and cited throughout the paper.” Does this refer to the two-course textbooks?
RESPONSE: No, this refers to the “Bibliography” pages on pp. 39-41 in your syllabus. It would be preferable to use the articles listed there. However, if the articles are not relevant to the paper, you may use other sources as long as they are research/and or academic-based sources or government sources (No, BBC, People, tabloid, history.com, etc.).
The guidelines say, “No more than two citations throughout the paper may come from other sources.” The sample paper, though, lists about a full page of references—have the guidelines changed since that paper was written? So, the citations should come from the sources listed in the Bibliography OR sources that are research and/or academic-based and/or from the government.
Regarding the citations we need to incorporate, are there specific articles you’re referring to? I saw the response from the email you sent with the places we could find articles, but I wasn’t sure if there were specific articles you were referring to.RESPONSE: The citations should come from the sources listed in the Bibliography OR sources that are research and/or academic-based and/or from the government.

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