Feb 22:16 (W8) - Week 8(after reading break Scholarship...

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February 22, 2016 Week 8? (after reading break) Scholarship that Matters Macro-Questions that Guide Scholarship choices How am I uniquely adding to a conversation? How am I significantly and uniquely constructing knowledge? What is at stake? So what? Scholarly papers have “Complex Purposes” The PURPOSEof scholarly writing is To ENGAGE with an ANALYZE data in overtly MEANINGFUL ways To CONTSTRUCT KNOWLEDGE for significant contexts Scholarly Papers Don’t Just… Scholarly papers are NOT…. …ONLY reports ONLY “methods” and “results” For example: cranberry farming analogy, farmer walks up to u on a Monday and asks you to do research on cranberries and put it in a report. Farmer fires you after you place report on desk because should’ve said “here’s the documents, but don’t farm cranberries because you’re afraid of water” …JUST observtions Here’s what I see in the data…
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  • Winter '08
  • Loughlin
  • Cranberry, scholarly papers

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