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“Author’s Purpose & Point of View” Another area that the F.C.A.T. Reading tests is the author’s purpose and point of view. This portion of the test measures your ability to determine the reason why the author is writing the article and
The Importance of Family for a Gay Hmong American Man: Complicating Discourses of “Coming Out” by Bic Ngo, Hmong Studies Journal, 13(2012): 1-26. 3 illustrate the ways in which coming out discourses fail to take into account the central importance of family and kinship for gay Hmong Americans.
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How to Summarize a Research Article Research articles use a standard format to clearly communicate information about an experiment. A research article usually has seven major sections: Title, Abstract,
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IEEE Citation Style Guide Any citation style is set up to give the reader immediate information about sources cited in the text. In IEEE citations, the references should be numbered and appear in the order
Article Title: "SPICE Models For Power Electronics" Author: L.G. Meares and Charles E. Hymowitz Abstract: Due to the increasing complexity of power systems and the costs involved
UPDATE 1988 1988 1 Tendon: Anatomy, Physiology and Healing Bradley D. Castellano, DPM and Alan S. Banks, DPM 1988 2 Tendon Surgery: Principles and Techniques Marc Bernbach, DPM 1988 3 Clawtoe Deformitites and Contractures of the Forefoot James L. Bouchard, DPM and Bradley D. Castellano, DPM 1988 4 Idopathic and Neurologic Cavus Foot Deformities Alan S. Banks, DPM
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