Can .gov, .edu, be a tool for secondary sources?
Those top level domains are strictly regulated and only recognised government or educational institutes can register them.
The site owners cannot be anything but government / education.
The sites may have content copied from other places and are pretty much guaranteed to have links to other web sites, if that's what you mean, but the sites themselves must be legit.02
- Yes, being a gov/edu domain almost always can be used as a trustworthy source. Some contain primary source-information, but I assume most will be secondary sources.10
- Yes, as can many websites.00
- They are, in fact, and excellent source for primary sources.00
- Yes, though their content is restricted to governmental work (.gov) and educational work (.edu), obviously. You couldn't have MySpace on a .edu domain, for instance.00
- If you wanted to discuss the way in which Gregor is a product of his time period, which type of literary theory would you most likely use?
- Fill in the blank with active voice: I noticed the dog as he ___________ on the porch?
- What's the right response when someone asks "Says who?" in a heated argument or debate?
- Which Of The Following Is An Engineering Solution?
- How do you write in the third person about yourself?
- What are the 5 countries with the largest populations?
- Math Algebra Help?
- To add 1/2 and 3/4, the fractions must first be changed to the least common denominator of...what?
- Convert 200degrees celcius to Farenheit?
- What are some reasons why people do not believe in life after death?