Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au
Last Updated: Nov 08, 2015     Views: 534

Web pages are not usually considered scholarly if they present information which is not supported by evidence or academic references and/or if the author is not an expert.  A non-scholarly internet page could present the views of a pressure group or a commercial organisation or any member of the public via a social media comment. 

To find non scholarly internet sources use a search engine (e.g Google) enter your identified keywords (e.g ‘ethical principles’  and ‘child labour’)

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