The CRAAP Test will help you determine if the sources you found are reliable. These are questions you can consider as you evaluate any piece of information you find:
The CRAAP Test was developed by librarian at California State University, Chico. Content for this guide also based on CRAAP Detection: Criteria for Evaluation Information, created by OTIS College of Art and Design Library.
Knowing how to cite another person's work properly helps you to:
For more information about how to cite sources in a specific citation style, consult the Library's Guide to Citing Sources.
ASA style (created by the American Sociological Association) is a widely accepted citation style used for writing university-level research papers in the discipline of sociology. The Department of Sociology has created their own guide, based on ASA style, which is available on the Department's website: http://www.queensu.ca/sociology/about-us/style-and-reference-guide.