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  1. This page looks really great, Courtney. The only things that draw my attention:
    1. All of these come from Academic Search. It’s a great database and it seems to have provided plenty on your topic, so I’m not necessarily going to say it’s a problem. Just keep in mind that searching in other databases might bring back sources with a different perspective, and being broad in your searching is normally a good strategy for a big project like this. The other databases that might have provided good info are Communications/Mass Media and Women’s Studies.

    2. Check with Dr. Tabit, but in my opinion, your advertisements need to be listed here. Citing them might be tricky, but I think they offered crucial information for this project and deserve to be listed in your final bib.

    Ms. DeArmond

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