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At this point in the course, students have the basic tools they need to critique a journal article. Please select one of the three articles I posted for this week's module on Canvas.Read through the a
At this point in the course, students have the basic tools they need to critique a journal article.
- Please select one of the three articles I posted for this week's module on Canvas.
- Read through the article carefully one or two times.
- Read through the document I posted (called "Guidelines for Evaluating Journal Articles").
- Answer the questions on the "Guidelines" document about your selected journal article. (You do NOT need to submit this work to me. I trust that you're doing it.)
- Organize your thoughts into two sections: one section should be focused on the article's strengths, and the other section should be focused on the article's weaknesses.
- Upload the following:
- Attached is the Article to critique
- Summarize the article's strengths (in paragraph format)
- Summarize the article's weaknesses (in paragraph format)
- End with 1-3 sentences about how much weight this article should carry when making practice and policy recommendations/decisions.
*Please Note: There is a difference between "bad writing" -- when the authors fail to include pertinent information -- and "weak research" -- when the investigators use questionable methods. Please make this distinction in your document, if necessary.