|•Identify at least 3 peer review elements within each of the articles by Leslie-Bole and Perramond, Piotrowski, and Rivera and Ward.
•Use specific examples to explain which article you consider to be the most professional and well written.Avoid the following types of non-peer reviewed articles:
•Trade Journals for specific industries
•Popular Magazines that casually inform, entertain, or present an opinion
•Newspapers which often are the first to report a newsworthy story, but do not go into any depth of research
•Books and Ebooks that provide broad and foundational coverage of a topic but are soon out-of-date
•Encyclopedias and handbooks that feature introductory overviews of topics at a superficial level
See “Distinguishing scholarly from non-scholarly periodicals: A checklist of criteria” at the Cornell University Library http://guides.library.cornell.
Leslie-Bole, H., & Perramond, E. P. (2017). Oyster feuds: Conflicting discourses and outcomes in Point Reyes, California. Journal of Political Ecology, 24, 2. Retrieved from http://jpe.library.arizona.
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