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A further important factor in looking at the value of your resources is determining how well they reflect the conversation around your research question. Is only one point of view reflected in your resources? Do your resources tend only to favour the point of view that you approve? Have you made sure you have representative works from all major points of view? You want to make sure the conversation lives on in your research project. Thus including all conversation participants is essential.
PART FOUR - THE FINAL RESEARCH QUESTION, OUTLINE AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
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