1).Briefly define what is a Research article?
2). Briefly how does research articles differs from other types of informative articles, such as magazine features or research papers, which typically address the topic in a general scope as a means of introduction? Provide an example.
3). As with any type of targeted writing, there is a protocol to follow when writing a research article in terms of layout. What keywords or indicators in the title to help one to identify this type of article (Research Article)? Other words what should the title provide to help one to identify the type of scholarly article that they have selected? Provide an example.
4).What keywords or indicators in the abstract portion of the research article to one identify this type of article (Research Article)? Other words what should be in the abstract portion of a research article to help one identify the type of scholarly article they have selected? Provide an example.
5).Provide a general overview of a Review Article. Summarize the main points based on this type of scholarly article (e.g., for a research article, summarize research questions, population, findings, limitations, and recommendations for future study).
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1. A research article reports the results of original research that contributes to the subject matter of a specific area, and is generally published in a peer-reviewed scholarly journal.
2. Research articles are different from other articles because research articles usually consist of specific components such as a title, an abstract, an introduction, the method used for research purposes, results of the research, discussion of the research, and references. When a researcher submits a research article to a journal for publication, the editor of the journal will send the research article to other experts in the same field for review. Once reviewed, ...
This solution discusses what a scholarly, peer reviewed research article consists of and how to differentiate between a scholarly research article and an informative article.