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    This article explains the basics of reading a scientific journal. For people who have never written a scientific research paper, this article is a simple summary on how scientific research is written. A scientific research paper consists the Title and Author, Abstract, Introduction, Method, Results, Discussion and References. The tile of a research article and the author gives the most important information on what the research itself is about and who did the research. In the article it informs the reader that the most important person leading the research would be listed first and also in footnotes. For research in the non-science field, a lot of times is done by one or two people. In contrast, it is important to take note of who needs…

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    1) What does it mean to write up a scientific research article? [2] Scientific research articles provide a way for scientists to contact other scientists about the results of their research. A standard format is used for these articles, wherein the author presents the research in a neat, logical manner. 2) Explain the concept of peer-reviewed (in the context of scientific research)? [2] Peer review is used by publishers to help ensure that the scientific record is good. The peer-reviewed…

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    Many sophisticated scientific journals are being published each year, presenting abstract information unknown to a lay audience, because of this, journalists are given the task to accommodate these journals for an audience unknown to science, some doing better than others. In Jeanne Fahnestock’s article “Accommodating Sciences: The Rhetorical Life of Science Facts, she describes accommodation as “…present a rather abstract scientific subject in a popular manner…” (Fahnestock 332). Before…

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    In the scientific journal article assessing talking toys and its effect on the development of children and their progress in language I disagree with scientific evidence presented within the article regarding the ideas that talking toys hamper the babies and their verbal skills. It say this, because in the first article the author proclaims that when the children encounter flashy, electronic toys the children spoke less and did not engage as much with their parents. Although the study confirms…

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    Out of all the theories we’ve covered through the course of the semester. Person-centered therapy has managed to capture my attention the most, and here’s why. Trust is something that’s automatically given to the client who is seen as the sole contributor of being able to solve his or her own problems without the assistance of direct intervention. Now, when I first heard of this therapy I immediately thought. “So, what exactly does the therapist do again?” It turns out that the therapist’s job…

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    The advent of electronic publishing has afforded opportunities to change traditional models of scholarship and to make materials open to the public, or open access. The UIC Library is facilitating changes in scholarly communication through an institutional repository (INIDIGO), an open access publishing fund, and an open access journal publishing platform. More information can be found at http://researchguides.uic.edu/content.php?pid=43156…

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    From the Private Journal of a Journey The events of American history are very much connected to the influence of American literature and what it has become today. The effects of the world around him/her mostly gather the inspiration that a writer needs, and this is how the geography and history of America have made an impact on American literature. When beginning to read From the Private Journal of a Journey by Sarah Kemble Knight I learned that it was a private note she had wrote in her journal…

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    With healthcare being such a rapidly moving field it is important that we, as aspiring medical professionals, understand what is progressing in our profession. Within the blink of an eye healthcare changes; doctors, professors, phds, are coming up new theories, journals and studies daily. It is our job as current students in this field to do our best to further understand these journals studies, etc.and the writing that is involved in our field. Why you may ask? There are arguably an infinite…

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    While it is not often true that magazine and mass media writers get the essence of a scientific study correct in their entertainment based interpretations, Alice Park of TIME magazine did just that in her article “Feeling Alone Together: How Loneliness Spreads” when interpreting and portraying the research done by John T. Cacioppo et al in their research “Alone in the Crowd: The Structure and Spread of Loneliness in a Large Social Network.” The overall flow of Park’s article is consistent with…

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    first source that I will be exploring in this essay comes from the Journal of Sustainable Tourism. The article, entitled “Integrating Indigenous values with capitalism through tourism: Alaskan experiences and outstanding issues” focuses on the relationship between the indigenous people of Barrow, Alaska and the tourism that sustains a sizeable part of their economy. The…

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