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Unformatted text preview: e. What factors (ideas, people, things) have been included? Can you think of anything that has been missed out? f. Is a particular bias or framework apparent? Can you tell what 'school of thought' the author belongs to? g. Can you work out the steps of the argument being presented? Do all the steps follow logically? h. Could a different conclusion be drawn from the argument being presented? i. Are the main ideas in the text supported by reliable evidence (well researched, non-emotive, logical)? j. Do you agree or disagree with the author? Why? k. What connections do you see between this and other texts? l. Where does it differ from other texts on the same subject? m. What are the wider implicationsfor you, for the discipline?...
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