Many organizations and associations can provide valuable information to researchers. Some publish their own journals and newsletters, provide statistics, and are willing to provide information based on their special interest or objective. Many of them make their materials available on the Web. Keep in mind that there may be a bias to the information an organization presents, since many organizations have their own agendas.
For example, think about what PETA's Web site will likely tell you about eating meat.


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