Editing Practice of scholarship (Spring 2019)

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'''Assignment:'''
 
'''Assignment:'''
* Pick two articles (two from one or one from each) from the [https://academic.oup.com/joc/issue/69/2 April, 2019 issue] of ''Journal of Communication'' (Volume 69, Issue 2) OR [https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3173574 CHI 2018] (or CHI 2019 if the proceedings appear in time).
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* Pick two articles from the [https://academic.oup.com/joc/issue/69/2 April, 2019 issue] of ''Journal of Communication'' (Volume 69, Issue 2) OR two full papers from [https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3173574 CHI 2018] (or one from each).  
** If you choose CHI pieces, try to pick a full paper that won an award. Please do not choose a Note or a Panel or something else that is not a full, peer reviewed paper.  
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** If you choose CHI pieces, do not choose a Note or a Panel or something else that is not a full, peer reviewed paper.  
* Read the Introduction and Conclusion for both articles (ideally, don't read anything else — not even the abstract!) and prepare responses to the following questions (no need to submit):
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* Read the Introduction and Conclusion for both articles (ideally, don't read anything else — not even the abstract!) and respond to the following questions ([https://canvas.northwestern.edu/ in writing, submitted via Canvas]):
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#Provide a link/citation to the paper.
 
#Briefly summarize the papers' respective central claims, evidence, and contributions in your own words.
 
#Briefly summarize the papers' respective central claims, evidence, and contributions in your own words.
 
#According to Little's templates (See above), what type of introduction does each paper have?
 
#According to Little's templates (See above), what type of introduction does each paper have?
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#For the same article (your favorite), what suggestions would you make to the author(s) for improving the introduction? the conclusion?
 
#For the same article (your favorite), what suggestions would you make to the author(s) for improving the introduction? the conclusion?
 
#What can you take away from this favorite article for introducing/concluding your own work?
 
#What can you take away from this favorite article for introducing/concluding your own work?
* Write an introduction for your project and submit it to [https://canvas.northwestern.edu/courses/91705/discussion_topics/597422 the corresponding "Discussion" on Canvas]. Keep the Introduction under 600 words. Have it reflect your anticipated findings and contribution (from last week's assignment).
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* Write an introduction for your project and submit it to [https://canvas.northwestern.edu/ the corresponding "Discussion" on Canvas]. Keep the Introduction under 600 words. Have it reflect your anticipated findings and contribution (from last week's assignment).
 
* Provide feedback on your partner's Introduction.
 
* Provide feedback on your partner's Introduction.
  

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