consulted our secondary information from the radio and television
educational programmes, Discovery magazines and newspapers. We also consulted our secondary information from the internet, such as different websites which provides lots of
information about the advantages and disadvantages of being slim ( You can find the web links in Bibliography and Acknowledgement)
secondary information sources of the websites we have consulted are reliable because
the information were announced by scientists or experts after
experiments and surveys done on the scope of being slim and beautiful. Since the radio and television educational
programmes always invite professors and experts from local and overseas
universites, the information supplied by them are always correct. Newspapers and Discovery
magazines are just as trustworthy as our other secondary sources, as
professors are always invited to share their experiences and knowledge
in the scope of being slim and beautiful.
Our secondary source and our primary source are similar because in our primary source --survey, which we have consulted recently, we found out that our
research from the secondary source is almost the same as our primary source.
For example, our primary source points out fruits are good for our intestines. The secondary source, which are the web links in Bibliography and Acknowledgement, also points out the same idea with
us. Therefore, the secondary source we have consulted and our primary source is similar.