Read two of the four following scholarly articles from this weeks Learning Resources and select one to analyze:
Schure, T. (April 15, 2012). Blood diamonds [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://www.worldpress.org/Africa/3903.cfm
Ehrenreich, B. (2012, March 15). Rediscovering poverty [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/barbara-ehrenreich/us-poverty_b_1347157.html
Grossi, M. (November 2012). Hamas: Tales of terror and missed opportunities. Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture. Retrieved from http://www.pij.org/details.php?blog=1&id=168
Kyoo-Man, H. (2011). The choice between politics-oriented and risk-oriented management in Korea: Transition to manage all kinds of risks. African and Asian Studies, 10(4), 347365.
Consider how different audiences could interpret the selected article. Pay particular attention to the quality of evidence that the author presents.
Submit by Day 7 in a 1-page paper:
Analyze the article you selected by doing each of the following:
Evaluate the quality of evidence, appropriateness of the content and writing style for the target audience, and the authors potential bias. Then, explain whether or not the article meets professional standards for scholarly writing.
Explain how various audiences might perceive the authors intent and message.
Explain how you might revise the article to make it more appropriate for an international audience.