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by Jennifer Xue
As a professional writer, understanding the validity of your references is key to the quality of your works, especially in non-fiction. Whether you write corporate blogs about what motivates people to keep their online habits or magazine articles on various lesser-known vocations, you’ll need to use references to back up your arguments.
You can use expert references, i.e. people with authoritative knowledge of a specific subject, and a variety of sources that are written, published, or reported by reputable origins. However, it’s crucial to be wary of so-called “pseudoscience.”
In this article, we’ll discuss what pseudoscience is and how to avoid it in favor of reputable references.