Discussion 2 Linda Explain at least five differences between popular and scholarly sources used in research. Five differences between popular and scholarly sources are: Popular sources use common vocabulary versus scholarly uses technical language specific to the field of study (Cendegas, 2015). Popular sources contain advertisements, whereas scholarly contains charts or graphs to present data (Cendegas, 2015). Scholarly sources contain bibliography and reference list and popular sources do not (Cendegas, 2015). Scholarly sources are peer reviewed to ensure reliability of the information of people in the same field of study, whereas popular are only reviewed by editors for general interest or entertainment (Cendegas, 2015). Scholarly journal articles are published in a standard format of containing: Abstract, Introduction, Methods & Materials, Results, Discussion and References (Cendegas, 2015). Locate and summarize one peer-reviewed, scholarly source from the Ashford University Library and one popular source that pertain to your Final Paper topic. In your summary of each article, comment on the following: biases, reliability, strengths, and limitations. A scholarly peer-reviewed source from the Ashford University Library is from Timothy Wunder on the largest age demographic who lives in poverty are children (2019). This source provide statistical data on the percentage of household in each income bracket are able to afford children and percentage of those living in poverty, which makes the information credible. A popular source is from Newsweek article written by Asher Stocker in 2019 about a report released by the Congressional Budget office on effects of increasing minimum wage to bring people out of poverty. As a lot of great statistical data is published in the article it is bias towards supporting the candidates in the democratic party. Not to mentioned, the information could be taken out of context and the amount of advertisements caused a distraction. From the sources you summarized, list and explain at least five visual cues from the peer-reviewed, scholarly source that were not evident in the popular source. Five visual cues from the peer-review scholarly source that were not evident in the popular source: All the data tables the source was provided with the table and within the references section of the article. It followed the standard section formats like abstract, introduction, ect. It contains a reference list. Uses language that is specific to economics study Contain no advertainments like the popular source did. References Cendejas, M. (2015).Scholarly and popular sources[Video file]. https://ashford.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/Scholarly and Popular Resources(1)/0_ue1ih9qt(Links to an external site.) Stocker, A. (2019, July 8). Study finds $15 minimum wage would lift 1.3 million out of poverty, but may increase joblessness. Newsweek. https://www.newsweek.com/15-dollar-minimum-wage-cbo-report-jobs-poverty-1448141(Links to an external site.) Wunder, T. A. (2019). Fighting childhood poverty: how a universal child allowance would impact the U.S. population. Journal of Economic Issues, 53(2), 537-544. http://eds.a.ebscohost.com.proxy-library.ashford.edu/eds/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=0&[email protected](Links to an external site.) Jennifer Explain at least five differences between popular and scholarly sources used in research. Purpose: Poplar source’s objective is to inform and entertain, while scholarly sources share research, data, and ideas within the academic community. Audience: Popular sources gravitate towards the general public, while scholarly sources are primarily for researchers and scholars. Authors: Journalists, freelancers, editors, and staff writers are principal authors of popular resources, while researchers and scholars are authors for scholarly support. Language: Because popular resources are written for the general public, the writing is made to easily read and understand with minimal references. Academic resources use technical words, formal and written in a specialized format for academia. Lastly, popular sources tend to be less credible with notable mistakes because they do not take months or years to publish as scholarly sources do or peer-reviewed. Locate and summarize one peer-reviewed, scholarly source from the Ashford University Library and one popular source that pertain to your Final Paper topic. In your summary of each article, comment on the following: biases, reliability, strengths, and limitations. Towards a Smart Automated Society: Cognitive Technologies, Knowledge Production, and Economic Growth: This scholarly article illustrates statistical evidence between the relationship between AI, the decline of jobs in the labor market due to automation, and economic growth. The research data compiled over a couple of years reflect an employment downturn, even as it generates wealth, offsetting job loss with cutting-edge jobs that require upskill in human abilities and expertise. Because the article is substantial in data, there is no evidence of bias or opinion-based writing, making it difficult to read and understand. The article contains several technical terms, ideas, and research limiting its target audience. What Will Our Society Look Like When Artificial Intelligence is Everywhere? By Stephan Talty: This article engages in social issues stemming from the creation and development of AI. The author implies AI could one day bring about a dark future, like those illustrated in popular sci-fi films. While you do not have to be a fan of sci-fi, AI as a destructive force is baked in our culture with the likes of Terminator, Bladerunner, I, Robot, and The Matrix. A dark dystopian future. The author determines two possibilities with polar opposite conclusions and a future we can plan for. While the writing for this article was less formal, it was highly captivating and entertaining. It was easy to read but was limited to references to pop culture films. From the sources, you summarized list, and explain at least five visual cues from the peer-reviewed, scholarly source that was not evident in the popular source. The article contained an abstract, a summary that identifies the purpose, problem, methods, results, and conclusion of the work. The peer-reviewed article contained no creative illustrations other than charts. The peer-reviewed article contained references throughout the article, in addition to a reference page. The report was formatted professionally. There were more than one or two notable authors with an extensive background in their field. References Mitchell Udell, V. S. (2019). Towards a Smart Automated Society: Cognitive Technologies, Knowledge Production, and Economic Growth. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets(1), 44-49. Retrieved from https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=752540 Talty, S. (2018, April). What Will Our Society Look Like When Artificial Intelligence Is Everywhere? Retrieved from Smithsonian Magazine: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/artificial-intelligence-future-scenarios-180968403/
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