Evaluation the articles published in Internet.
1. Arguments For and Against Affirmative Action, by Gayle Martindale.
The author name is not known, also there is not any information which would indicate, that this article was published in the credible journal or magazine. Furthermore , since it was published just on Internet, the other people, who is an expert in that area did not comment, or correct the text .The article itself looks like an illustrative essay with pro and contro arguments on the affirmative action. Goes on, there is no any citatations which verifies the information in the article.
2.Ten Myth About Affirmative action, by McGraw-Hill.
It is noted in the article, that this text in first place was published in “Journal of Social Issues”. The author appeared to strongly support affirmative action. The article has citations , diagrams, resources to buck up author opinion.
This web page looks like not trustworthy, because information from their page is not verified. For example, the announcement ,that first time in the history the male in their care become pregnant sounds like joke, because in such case, this news would be literally everywhere. Also the picture of the hospital looks nice, yet there is no address, or telephone of this hospital on their web page.
4.HIV in the US
This article looks like trustworthy, because it has citations , and also contains data inside. Furthermore, the article published on Government site, which means that all data is true and correct .
5.Pregnant women can drink safely in moderation
This article looks like a blog. There is no any confirmation on the data. Futhermore , it is unknown who is the author, where else it was published. At the end of the text there is one reference ,but since this reference missing the name of the publisher there is no chance to verify what this particular reference is all about.