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OG_VPR # 5 Parkin’s characterization of the movement as neo

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Parkin’s characterization of the movement as neoscholastic is too __________ to be accepted without further investigation.

A) cursory

B) detailed

C) perfunctory

D) biased

E) self-evident

F) complete




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Re: OG_VPR # 5 Parkin’s characterization of the movement as neo [#permalink] New post 06 Oct 2016, 07:57
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The blank describes Parkin’s characterization as demanding further investigation. If the characterization is too “complete” or too “self-evident,” there is nothing further to investigate; if it is too “detailed” but not flawed, there is no reason to investigate further. The word “biased” does suggest that further investigation is necessary, but there is no other word that produces a sentence alike in meaning. Thus the correct answer is cursory (Choice A) and perfunctory (Choice C).
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