Analyze the credibility, bias, and uses of that source. Issues to consider:
1. The type of source, author, funding, and intended audience
2. Evidence of bias in relation to race, ethnicity, gender, class, etc. within the source
3. Given the type of source, has any checking of facts or peer-review been done?
4. Based on the information in the source, define and describe one social problem that affects members of an indigenous group.
Conduct your own policy research to find another resource about this social problem. Tell us how you know this is a credible source, and what additional information it provides about the social problem.
Article Attached to read:
Briggs, L. (2012). The making of Indian Child Welfare Act 1922-1978. In Somebody’s Children: The Politics of Transracial and Transnational Adoption (pp. 59-63). Durham: Duke University Press.