My research topic connects back to my novel as they both provide perspectives into the same issue of Mount Everest. They were both natural disasters on the mountain and they helped show how different people feet or actions they took about the same or similar events, therefore helping me gain different perspectives. They helped me to understand why certain people would do certain things while I would do something else. It's because of the different perspectives everybody has. Into Thin Air and the 2015 Everest Avalanche are great examples of gaining more perspectives.
“Alex Gavan (@AlexGAVAN) | Twitter.” pbs.twimg.com/media/CymszjPWIAAMAip.jpg.
Beaumont, Peter. “Deadly Everest Avalanche Triggered by Nepal Earthquake.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 26 Apr. 2015, www.theguardian.com/world/2015/apr/25/deadly-everest-avalanche-triggered-by-nepal-earthquake. The author is very credible and has won awards and done a lot of research on this topic. The company also seems credible. The content has no bias and is based solely on facts over opinions and matches other sources I’ve found. There are some ads but the grammar has been clearly checked and it is easy to read.
By MARTHA BELLISLE and BINAJ GURUBACHARYA - Associated, Press. "Sherpas Face Uncertain Future Following Everest Avalanche." AP Top News Package (2015): Points of View Reference Center. Web. 10 Jan. 2017. The authors are very credible and have done other articles on this topic. This article is also very recent to the event. This database is also credible. The content gives good perspective on the Sherpas and the content is not biased. The content was made to inform. The content gives good perspective on the Sherpas and the content is not biased. The content was made to inform.
Harris, Gardiner. “Everest Climbers Are Killed as Nepal Quake Sets Off Avalanche.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 25 Apr. 2015, www.nytimes.com/2015/04/26/world/asia/everest-climbers-killed-as-nepal-quake-sets-off-avalanche.html?_r=0. This author is very credible and has done many stories on this kind of topic. The New York Times is also a very credible source. This site was not updated recently but this is a fairly new topic. The content is not biased and the story was meant to inform. The content is also relevant to my research and is factual over opinionated. There are some ads but the writing is fluent and easy to read. This site has obviously been checked for grammar.
Heller, Joe. “Nepal.” Nepal, Green Bay Press-Gazette, 27 Apr. 2015, www.politicalcartoons.com/cartoon/1d421c3e-bd99-46ad-9435-cfbae257df33.html. The Green Bay Press-Gazette is a very credible source and this was published very recently. This political cartoon is not biased but still expresses the author’s opinion. The content is also related to my research. There are no ads and the few words are grammar checked. It is also very fluent.
“Hit by Avalanche in Everest Basecamp 25.04.2015.” Youtube, i.ytimg.com/vi/_JC_wIWUC2U/maxresdefault.jpg.
“Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer.” thinairbookclub.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/9/0/11906307/911265_orig.gif.
Mahr, Krista, and Andrew MacAskill. “After Nepal Disasters, More Climbers Eye Chinese Route to Everest.” Reuters, Thomson Reuters, 11 May 2015, www.reuters.com/article/us-quake-nepal-everest-idUSKBN0NW07K20150511. Reuter is a very credible source and this article was posted recently. The author is also very credible and published. The content is not biased and it was made to inform. The facts are factual rather than opinionated and definitely relevant to my research. This article is very easy to read and has been clearly checked for grammar. The text structure makes it easy to read.