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We recommend you become familiar with strategies to effectively evaluate the information you find while searching the web.
Wikipedia is a great resource, especially when you are just getting started with your research. You will generally find a complete and well-cited overview of the topic. However, since anyone can add to Wikipedia, it's not 100% trustworthy.
As you are doing your research, use Wikipedia to help you find sources and understand what to look for - in other words, use it as a starting point for your research, but do not cite Wikipedia itself.
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