Step'by-step guide to critiquing research. Part 1: quantitative research Michaei Coughian, Patricia Cronin, Frances Ryan Abstract When caring for patients it is essential that nurses are using the current best practice.
11 WAYS TO CRITIQUE AN ARTICLE Mike Metcalfe, University Of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000 firstname.lastname@example.org Good critiquing requires insight, asking thoughtful questions and seeing behind the text.
The following are some questions you may want to address in your critique no matter what type of article you are critiquing. (Use your discretion.
Critiquing a Research Article A critique asks you to evaluate an article and the author's argument. In this type of paper, you need to look critically at what the author is claiming, evaluate the research methods, and look for possible problems with, or applications of, the researcher's claims.
Step-by-step guide to critiquing research. Part 2: quaiitative researcii Frances Ryan, Michael Coughlan, Patricia Cronin Al>stract As with a quantitative study, critical analysis of a qualitative study involves an in-depth review of how each step of the research was undertaken.
Draft - Critically Evaluating Research Jennifer Miller Version 2.1, Jan 17, 2007 1 Critiquing a Research Article or, "How to read a research article to get the most out of it" or, "Questions to ask when you're told 'THE RESEARCH SHOWS THAT…'"
An Incremental Model for Developing Educational Critiquing Systems: Experiences with the Java Critiquer LINQIU State University of New York-Oswego, USA email@example.com CHRISTOPHER RIESBECK Northwestern University, USA firstname.lastname@example.org Individualized feedback is an important factor in ...
AALS New Legal Writing Teachers Workshop, June 2007 47 Critiquing Students' Writing: Providing Effective Feedback Craig T. Smith Associate Professor & Director of Legal Writing, Vanderbilt University Law School I. Importance • "[E]xperts agree that providing written individual feedback on law ...
Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues (2005) Vol 6, No 1 45 Abstract A new framework for critiquing health-related research is presented in this article.
C RITIQUING P HOTOGRAPHS The purpose of a critique is to help you learn to take better photos. A critique is not meant to be a put-down of your work, but a tool to help you see your photography and develop your own critical eye when it comes to your photography.