this is what the professor said :
- A scholarly, scientific article has a hypothesis and evidence, and has been published in an academic journal. I very strongly suggest that you check with me first to confirm that the articles you find are scientific.
- Choose articles based on your research question, not based on what you think your case studies might be. (For example: if you are really interested in terrorists in China, find articles about insurgencies and terrorist groups generally; if you are really interested in corruption in Tawain, find articles about corruption generally.)
- In about two pages per article describe, as precisely as possible, the following:
- the research question
- the hypothesis (my hypothis about the artcle )
- the key independent variables
- the dependent variable
- the units of observation
- the findings and conclusion
my research question is why do some rich countries have strict air pollution than others? and i choice to compare kenya and japan
independent variables is what cases some countries to adopted more environmental polices than others (write one paragraph about the independent variable in the article ) case
the the dependent variable is the policy output- some countries adopted more environmental polices and some adopted fewer environmental politesse (one paragraph ) out come. effect
the units in this article are countries because in this article the authors are comparing 18 different countries and making argument about case and effect (write one paragraph about the unites in the article
the article that i want you to summaries is this ONLY THIS NO OUT SIDE SOURCES PLEASE : Knill, Christoph, Marc Debus, and Stephan Heichel. “Do parties matter in internationalised policy areas? The impact of political parties on environmental policy outputs in 18 OECD countries, 1970â€“2000.” European journal of political research 49.3 (2010): 301-336.
i will give you a sample of one of my friend’s paper i want you to do the same but for my article please do the same and focus to talk about that they are comparing countries and talk about the independent varib the income and the out come which is the dependent variable.