Gaia- A Greek Goddess

Purpose- Inform

Gaia The Goddess of the World

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Greek Mythology

Citation

John. Greek Mythology. New York: P. Bedrick, 1983. Print.

My Rationale

I trust this information because the author is a scholar in Greek mythology. The author is scholar because of his education in Greek mythology. He is qualified in this area of study. This information does not need to be current. I chose this information because it give helpful information about his topic. Discusses the various origins of the Greek myths, and tells stories of the Greek gods and heroes, tracing the development of the myths from primitive to sophisticated versions.

Myths and Legends of the World

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"Gaia." Myths and Legends of the World. Ed. John M. Wickersham. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2000. N. pag. Student Resources in Context. Web. 17 Nov. 2015.

My Rationale

I trust this information because it came from a trustworthy database. Student resources is a trustworthy database, because it is checked by other people that are qualified in the certain area of knowledge. This information gives helpful facts about Gaia. This information does not need to be current, since the information is on Greek gods, an old topic. The author purpose is to inform the reader.

Search Strategy

Found this by just searching up my topic, Greek mythology. I used the search bar, to get my information. I sorted my results by skill level.

Gaia. MMIX Encyclopedia Mythica™

Citation

Leadbetter, Ron. "Gaia." Gaia. MMIX Encyclopedia Mythica™, July-Aug. 2006. Web. 17 Nov. 2015.

My Rationale

This trustworthy because it contains information on Gaia, the goddess. The author got his information from other reliable sources. He is also knowledgeable in this area of study.The information does not need to be current for my topic. The author purpose is to inform about greek mythology. Speaks in a matter of fact way.

Greek Mythology: Gaia

Citation

March, Jenny. "GREEK MYTHOLOGY Gaia." Greek Mythology: Gaia. Cristian Mihai Albu,, n.d. Web. 30 Nov. 2015.

Rationale

Uses information from Cassell's Dictionary of Classical Mythology, this is credible because it contains great “on the point” facts about Greek mythology. The author has knowledge about Greek mythology. This topic does not need to be current. The author purpose is to inform the reader about Gaia. Content level is short, but helpful.