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L. Allison Harrell Project 1 Project 1: Comparison of Popular and Academic Sources (5%) PEER REVIEW DUE Tuesday September 4 FINAL DRAFT DUE Monday September 10 LENGTH 2-3 pages, double-spaced (not including the Reference page) SOURCES “Alcohol and ischemic heart disease: probably no free lunch” “Study: Wine heart benefit small” DOCUMENTATION STYLE Use CSE documentation style for your in-text citations and your References page. AUDIENCE Your comparison should be written for an academic audience of fellow students who, like you, are exploring the conventions of academic writing. You are not writing about science to other scientists. You may assume that your audience is familiar with the articles. PURPOSE To illuminate the distinctive features of "popular" and "academic" or "scholarly" sources on the same topic; To gain an understanding of the distinctive features of academic writing; because you will do extensive research using academic sources, you must know how to distinguish these valued, research-based texts from other, less-substantive articles; and To practice articulating well-organized, well-supported arguments It's possible that in high school or in a previous university course you wrote "compare and
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