To critically evaluate the qualifications of an author on a topic, carefully consider all of the following except the A. number and type of awards the author has received. B. author's age. C. other articles the author has written.
To critically evaluate the qualifications of an author on a topic, carefully consider all of the following except the A. number and type of awards the author has received. B. author's educational background. C. other articles the
How can readers best analyze and evaluate persuasive appeals? A. by testing the author’s logic and reasoning B. by outlining the author’s main points C. by examining the author’s diction and syntax D. by discounting the
Now that you have a list of citations and their accompanying bibliographic information, what question is not relevant when evaluating the author of a source? How reputable is the author? Who considers the author an expert? Is this
in works cited I need to cite a book that is made by several authors. Which author do I chose? Also I know I'm suppose to do Last name, First Name, et. al. were there are many authors which author do I chose? Also if I wanted to
while researching a topic, online or in print anyofthe following may be an indicator of reliability except for which one? A. The author or authors are experts in a particular field. B. The author's topic is similar to your
I would really appreciate help with a paper i'm having mental block with! The should be a paper on a topic that is hotly debated in American society and the article should be written by an author with an opposing view to my own.
how does the author of selection 1 express his or her point of view differently than the author of selection two? author of selection one agrees with abandoning federal protection of grizzly bears author of selection one believes