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1 Anne Murtha Instructor: Carin Anick-Quinones, MSW IDS-100 Perspectives in Liberal Arts 2.1.1 Short Response: Reviewing a Scholarly Article 1 . Discuss what steps you found to be the easiest. The steps I found to be the easiest were the introduction and the results and discussion sections. 2. Discuss what you are finding most difficult about reading and understanding the article. First off I found the entire article difficult to read, in fact in order to improve my comprehension of what I was reading, I had to slow down my reading pace to make sure I understood what I was reading. The most difficult items I found in reading and trying to understand the article was the some of the terminology that was referenced, like the plant names
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