Discuss the characteristics of a research article. How do you identify scholarly work? How do you identify peer-reviewed articles? How do you differentiate peer-reviewed scholarly work from a review, editorial, or commentary paper?
Give an example of a recent (within the past five years) peer-reviewed research article containing the components of a research article as listed in the “Reading Journal Articles” link from the University of Massachusetts: http://umb.libguides.com/c.php?g=351041&p=2368716 (Links to an external site.). Identify each component.
conomic situation and social status. The last class is the lower working class consisting of peasants who worked with their hands and had no privileges. They were usually the porters of illnesses. [Standars] Romeo and Juliet are forced into conflict with the social world around them due to their forbidden love of Romeo and Juliet: their family, friends and religion. They also try to prevent this conflict by hiding and escaping. Both prefer their nighttime privacy to the day’s public world. To be together, they voluntarily give up their names, their social identities. They begin to keep secrets and speak in puns so that they can say one thing publicly and mean another. They even go so far in the morning after their marriage to pretend that the day is night so they don’t have to part. But no one can stop dawning, Romeo and Juliet can’t even escape the public world’s responsibilities at the end. Romeo is also trying to stop being a Montague and avoid fighting Tybalt, but it fails. When he tries to marry her off to Paris, Juliet tries to stop being a Capulet and stand up to her father, but is abandoned by her mother and the nurse. Prince Escalus, who embodies political law, banishes Romeo from Verona. Romeo and Juliet are finally forced to the ultimate act of independence and privacy that is suicide for both to preserve their love. [Economic] Verona’s general condition, the main setting of the play, gives us some understanding of the motivators established. In particular, we can see what kinds of foundations (principles and associations) are setting up. These foundations motivate specific decisions. The sovereign’s choice that further battles can lead to the abandonment of th>GET ANSWER