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Chapter 5 / Exercise 2
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Our reading is mainly targeting a general non-scientific audience. True / False
The content in our reading is presented in a non-technical manner, withoutpresenting a complete "chain of evidence" using formal references and citations?
This article is published in a peer reviewed journal (disregarding comments from an editor).
The main purpose or context for this reading is to . . . (Hint: consider where or how it was published.) offer social commentary to any reader. provide news for the general public. explain some scientific matters to the general public. provide information for a person or organization who requested it. present and discuss recommendations about scientific priorities in the peer-reviewed literature. communicate new scientific methods, procedures or discoveries to experts in the subject. Now, based on your choices above and the summary about source types referred to above, what kind of reference is our article best described as?
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Chapter 5 / Exercise 2
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What types of sourceswere used by the author(s)? One or more citations of primary or secondary sources were included in a reference list. True / FalseA bibliography including resources NOT cited in the article was included. True / False
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? One or more citations of tertiary sources were included in a reference list.
? One or more direct quotes from named experts were used by this author to support or justify arguments.
Work of experts was referenced in the writing but not cited in a reference list.
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? What writing strategieswere used in this article? (On Connect watch carefully to ensure you are answering each question correctly - they may be offered in a different order.) Assertions and arguments were supported by evidence based on observations, measurements or experiments done by scientists other than the author(s); True / False
. Assertions and arguments were supported by evidence based on scientific observations, measurements or experiments done by the author(s);
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