Which of the following best describes the audience for this essay?a.People who struggle with reading scholarly articlesb.Acad

QUESTION 1

  1. Which of the following best describes the audience for this essay?a.People who struggle with reading scholarly articlesb.Academics and professional researchersc.People who find reading scholarly articles easy and enjoy itd.All college students

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QUESTION 2

  1. The author asserts that "when you read a scholarly work, you are participating in a conversation." Which of the following best describes how the author sees reading and writing scholarly work as being like a conversation?That reading scholarly articles can be fun and rewarding if you just try hard enoughThat only those who are already experts in the field in which a scholarly article was written will ever fully understand it given the profound amount of background information scholarly writers have of their audienceThat reading and writing scholarly articles cannot be done in isolation because doing both must take into account several variables including how the author of a scholarly article positions him/herself in relation to others who have written on the same topic That it is nearly impossible to understand a scholarly article without discussing it in a group context given the overwhelming complexity of scholarly work in most fields of study

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QUESTION 3

  1. In general, what three things does the writer suggest you must take into account when practicing rhetorical reading?  Check all that apply.a.The physical setting where you read the textb.The writer's motivation and agendac.The text; both what it says and how it says itd.Your goals as the reader

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QUESTION 4

  1. According to the essay, what are some indicators that a work is academic?a.You have a hard time finding it in the libraryb.The publication has a volume and issue numberc.It is written by an academicd.It has citations and a works cited page

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QUESTION 5

  1. According to the Rosenberg, simply giving some thought to the title of an academic article can help you understand it. True
    False

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QUESTION 6

  1. According to Rosenberg, even though the abstract is only a summary of the article, and even though you may not entirely understand everything you read in the abstract, reading the abstract can help you better understand a scholarly article. True
    False

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QUESTION 7

  1. What is one piece of information you can often find in the introduction of an academic article?a.The author's publishing backgroundb.Why the author wrote the articlec.The author's conclusionsd.Why the audience should care about the article

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QUESTION 8

  1. With which of the following statements would Rosenberg most likely agree?a.All scholarly articles have clearly marked introductionsb.Reading the introduction of a scholarly article will provide important context for the articlec.It's okay to gloss over the introduction and get into the meat of a scholarly articled.The introduction is often the most confusing part of a scholarly article 

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QUESTION 9

  1. According to Rosenberg, understanding the conclusion of an article is the key to reading a scholarly text effectively and efficiently.  True
    False

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QUESTION 10

  1. Which of the following is the most likely reason the author wrote this article?a.To informb.To entertainc.To analyzed.To persuade
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