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review the following article: “East Africa’s Great Rift Valley: A Complex Rift System” by James Wood and Alex Guth at http://geology.com/articles/east-africa-rift.shtml. In general, each Journal Article Review must contain an introductory paragraph, the body of the work, and a conclusion. In terms of the body, the following items must be discussed: 1. Brief overview of the theme of the article and its main points. 2. Strengths of the article. Answer questions such as: a. What did the author do well? b. Were any points made exceptionally clear? c. Did the author write with concision and precision? 3. Weaknesses of the article. Answer questions such as: a. What erroneous assumptions does the author make, if any?

Then, during Module/Week 5, you will review the following article:
“East Africa’s Great Rift Valley: A Complex Rift System” by James Wood and Alex Guth at http://geology.com/articles/east-africa-rift.shtml.
In general, each Journal Article Review must contain an introductory paragraph, the body of the work, and a conclusion. In terms of the body, the following items must be discussed:
1.      Brief overview of the theme of the article and its main points.
2.      Strengths of the article. Answer questions such as:
a.       What did the author do well?
b.      Were any points made exceptionally clear?
c.       Did the author write with concision and precision?
3.      Weaknesses of the article. Answer questions such as:
a.       What erroneous assumptions does the author make, if any?
b.      Are any factual errors made in the article?
c.       Is the scientific method violated in any way?
d.      Could the author have stated his/her case better?
4.      Remember, every article has weaknesses. You are expected to discuss some of these. Failure to identify any weaknesses in your Journal Article Reviews will negatively affect your grade.
Outline
Use the following outline when writing your papers. Each point on the below outline must be a separate section (with a section heading) within each of your Journal Article Reviews. You will notice that these section headings correspond to the content points above.
I.                   Introduction
II.                Brief Overview and Main Points
III.             Article Strengths
IV.             Article Weaknesses
V.                Conclusion

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