To demonstrate reasoning and argumentation in each review that indicates
an accurate and complete understanding of the issues,
use of examples, data and references to support knowledge claims, and
logical presentation of ideas, drawing valid conclusions
To synthesize different perspectives and data in a way that
integrates the main ideas and research findings from multiple sources
Creates an informative way of viewing the subject as a whole from a
balanced, scholarly perspective
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