100WQuiz_2_Study_Guide

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Comm 100W Quiz #2 Reading Study Guide 1. Compare and contrast literature reviews and book reviews. What are distinguishing features of each? How might each be helpful in different ways? How does one go about preparing each of these types of writing? Which of these two are typically peer- reviewed? 2. What is autoethnography? How does this writing work? How do you prepare for it as a writer? What are some qualities that make this type of writing distinct from other kinds of academic writing? 3. Compare and contrast the open-ended writing process and the direct writing process. What does Elbow suggest are the ideal situations in which to use each of these methods
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Unformatted text preview: (i.e. in what kind of situations are they most useful)? 4. What does Elbow mean when he describes the open-ended writing process as “a voyage in two stages: a sea voyage and a coming to new land” (p. 50)? What does each stage hope to accomplish? 5. What is a peer-reviewed journal article? Where can you find one? What makes it special or valuable? 6. What is a media criticism? What counts as evidence in this form of research? What is Dixon’s central argument? 7. What is revision? Proofreading? What is a common misconception regarding these two operations?...
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