Peer Review (2) - 1. What is the writer's claim? I believe...

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1. What is the writer's claim? I believe that the writers claim is that snakes are not so much aggressive as they are defensive. 2. What three reasons does the writer give in support of her/his claim? The writer states that snakes only bite out of defense unless they are trying to get food. Also they are misconstrued at aggressive due to movie makers and that most snakes are more scared of you then you are of them, 3. Evaluate the effectiveness of the writer's reasons. Which reasons are believable and which are not believable? Why? I believe that all these reasons are believable. I believe this not only because of my own experience but from the links the writer has provided. He did a good job on providing his research. 4. Does the writer use credible (believable) sources? Which source or sources are the most valuable to (supportive of) the writer's claim and reasons? Why? All the writers’ sources seem credible. After reviewing all the web pages and reading through them the information proved in the writers papers matches the sources accurately.
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course INFORMATIO ENG 110; C taught by Professor Genedseminars during the Fall '11 term at ECPI College of Technology.

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