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Name
Date
Critique #
Full Citation of article (see ASA citation guide on Moodle)
 
You will discuss the following items in paragraph/essay form. The essay should be 3-4 pages in length, double-spaced, font = Times New Roman size 12, with 1 inch margins all around. The numbered items below can be headings in the essay.
 

  • Research Question
    • What is the research question? Provide 1 sentence stating the article’s research question.

 

  • From the literature review, what gaps in the scholarly literature does this study aim to fill? Provide 3-4 sentences that summarize where the authors see their article fitting within the current literature.

 

  • Methodology
    • Is the article exploratory, descriptive, or explanatory? How did you come to that conclusion? Write 2-3 sentences explaining your choice. Draw on the textbook for support.*

 

  • Is the article quantitative or qualitative? Why do you think that? Write 2-3 sentences explaining your choice. Draw on Ambert et al. (1995) as well as the textbook for support.*
    • If it is quantitative, state the hypotheses.
    • It if it qualitative, state the author(s) methodology or theoretical perspective.

 

  • Methods
    • Describe the methods used in the study. Your discussion here should support your above conclusion in #4. Write 4-8 sentences with support from the article describing:
      • the method used (i.e. experiment or quasi-experiment, survey, interviews, observation, existing statistics, etc)
      • the sample
      • the unit of analysis
      • the variables (identify the dependent and independent variables) or the case(s).

 

  • Conclusions and Critique
    • Describe the overall finding/conclusion from the study. Write 1-3 sentences on this.

 

  • Describe 1 policy prescription that can be drawn from the study. Write 1-3 sentences on this.

 

  • Write 3-4 sentences providing a critique of the study. These should correspond to the three sections above.

 
*Remember if you draw on Ambert et al. (1995), the textbook, or lecture (hint-you should), you must use in-text citations and provide a bibliography. Use ASA style.
 
 
 

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You will discuss the following items in paragraph/essay form. The essay should be 3-4 pages in length, double-spaced, font =

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Name
Date
Critique #
Full Citation of article (see ASA citation guide on Moodle)
 
You will discuss the following items in paragraph/essay form. The essay should be 3-4 pages in length, double-spaced, font = Times New Roman size 12, with 1 inch margins all around. The numbered items below can be headings in the essay.
 

  • Research Question
    • What is the research question? Provide 1 sentence stating the article’s research question.

 

  • From the literature review, what gaps in the scholarly literature does this study aim to fill? Provide 3-4 sentences that summarize where the authors see their article fitting within the current literature.

 

  • Methodology
    • Is the article exploratory, descriptive, or explanatory? How did you come to that conclusion? Write 2-3 sentences explaining your choice. Draw on the textbook for support.*

 

  • Is the article quantitative or qualitative? Why do you think that? Write 2-3 sentences explaining your choice. Draw on Ambert et al. (1995) as well as the textbook for support.*
    • If it is quantitative, state the hypotheses.
    • It if it qualitative, state the author(s) methodology or theoretical perspective.

 

  • Methods
    • Describe the methods used in the study. Your discussion here should support your above conclusion in #4. Write 4-8 sentences with support from the article describing:
      • the method used (i.e. experiment or quasi-experiment, survey, interviews, observation, existing statistics, etc)
      • the sample
      • the unit of analysis
      • the variables (identify the dependent and independent variables) or the case(s).

 

  • Conclusions and Critique
    • Describe the overall finding/conclusion from the study. Write 1-3 sentences on this.

 

  • Describe 1 policy prescription that can be drawn from the study. Write 1-3 sentences on this.

 

  • Write 3-4 sentences providing a critique of the study. These should correspond to the three sections above.

 
*Remember if you draw on Ambert et al. (1995), the textbook, or lecture (hint-you should), you must use in-text citations and provide a bibliography. Use ASA style.
 
 
 

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