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Information as it relates to other information

While each topic or subject on which we might conduct research will throw up its own specific relations between individual pieces of information, there are some broadly applicable general 'possibilities' of relation that can assist you in reading critically, that is, reading in a way that makes it possible to argue and explain. We have already encountered the basis for these general possibilities in chapter 7, when looking at the various ways in which we can reason. Using as my broad example here, 'the impact of the Internet on Australian society', I will give some examples of how thinking about the relationship of information to additional information might guide our search for more material.

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