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Unformatted text preview: 1. Where is the report found? This particular news article was found in the popular school newspaper, The Temple News. 2. What is the report based on? The report is mostly based upon the stories of others. It is also based heavily on the amount of 3. Does the report identify sources? The main source that is identified in this article is the President of the Univeristy, Ann Weaver Hart. 4. Are the methods employed adequate? 5. Do others in the scientific community support or refute? 6. Does the evidence seem substantial? 7. Do the claims follow logic or seem reasonable? 8. Do you detect any bias? I do detect a slight bias in this article. The author seems to be very interested in the environmental issues on campus. This, however, is probably attributable to the fact that the author is also a Temple student. 9. Who sponsored the research? Although there was no formal research, the creation of this office is sponsored (obviously) by Temple University....
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- Spring '11