Good effort has also been made to relate the content of the article to one’s role and competencies as a teacher and interesting ideas were proposed for improving or enhancing management.What new insights/discoveries have I made in relation to article review?Excellent analysis of article content that is discerning, in-depth and supported by both pedagogical and personal knowledge.Please review ONE article as proposed and submit to Mr. Chee by Week-10, as your INDIVIDUAL assignment.There is adequate analysis of the article content but with some points detailed more than others.
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Presents analysis of at least one component the research article and identifies at least one component of the critical analysis (i.e.Presents a thorough analysis of all components of a research article ( i.e., statement of the problem, hypotheses, methodology, results, discussion, and a critical analysis of the importance of the research for the discipline and the general public (14-15 points) Presents a thorough analysis of three components of a research article and includes a critical analysis of the importance of the research for the discipline and the general public (12-13 points) Presents an analysis of two of the components of a research article and omits critical components of the research article and the critical analysis (10-11 ...
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Education of people with disabilities has not always been what it is today and this article reviews the history of special education and the process of getting it where it is today.(2012) This article has been peer reviewed which makes it a scholarly work.If children with disabilities are not allowed to access all the valuable resources available they are at a huge disadvantage and can feel insignificant in their environment.This article is arguing that inclusion into the mainstream classroom is the best way for students with disabilities to learn and progress.I found this article of particular interest because it evaluates the trials and errors of what has been done and is being done in the field of special education.
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The third article is about human resource management entitled ‘Why people stay: using job embeddedness to predict voluntary turnover’ published in 2000.Article 1’s literature review is good because it was able to present various recently published studies that show what happened when only the earnings per share was reported, giving emp hasis on the importance of timely reporting both the earnings per share and the cash flow per share ; that is, it was able to provide a good theoretical framework for the study, helping the authors achieve the article’s objective.Since it was presented in a conference of professional accountants, the article can be used as an academic source for students and other accountants.The authors are aware of the p...
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In this article Wheatley (2006) has utilised descriptive statistics in a clear format that is easy for the reader to understand.In this article Wheatley has presented a review of the literature and it is clear that he has based his study on similar studies conducted in the past.In this article, it is clear to see what was observed by carefully examining the graphs and table charts Wheatley (2006) presented in his findings section.The steps of the research process are clearly identified throughout the article that demonstrates the researcher has understood how a survey research study should be competently planned for and undertaken and reported on.Overall, the article by Wheatley (2006) is a good example of a research project using a surv...
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So, you should think about the Literature Review as the scholarly justification for your research design.Keep referring back to your own research topic/problem statement/research question(s), and the purpose of your review.The guidelines here show you how to put the literature review together – how to flesh out the ideas in your outline – including how to use headings for organization.The purpose of your literature review should flow from your problem/purpose and research question.Please note that the Literature Review will appear in your Research Proposal.
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How does this book or article relate to the specific thesis or question I am developing?A literature review is also not to be confused with a book review, as the literature review offers an overview of significant literature published on a topic (“Write a Literature Review,” n. d. ).Structuring the Literature Review While there is no general standard for structuring a literature review, most formats contain common elements organized in a particular manner; this handout offers that structure.As always, make sure to write down the full bibliographic details of each book or article as soon as you find a reference to it.Writing a Literature Review Writing a literature review requires four stages: problem formulation, literature search, data ...
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For example, if your article develops a new framework, compare it with Bandyopadyhah’s Prev Page framework criteria (and vice versa – whoever does Bandyopadyhah’s article could test his criteria on frameworks from the other readings).If no class readings cite your article, then write in your review “No class readings cite this article.Note: Do not discuss the contributions of the technologies the article describes, but rather the contributions of the article itself!You need to relate this article to other things we have studied, so by definition you will not find this analysis in the article itself!If the article does not build upon key pieces of prior research, then write in your review “This article does not build upon any foundation r...
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2 How did you confirm that the journal you selected was peer-reviewed or germinal?If not, state why it does not.3 Does this research article generate support for evidence-based practice?You will revisit this article in the Week Five presentation.Please review the critical appraisal guideline on pg.
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The articles examined in the review are from 2015-2016 and discovered in articles or academic journals.It clearly states the cultural significance of horror films and the purpose they serve to human beings who view them.Kord brilliantly employs quantitative research in the form of statistics.This review examines five scholarly peer-reviewed articles that converse viewpoints of the origin of horror as a movie genre.This article investigates the claim and backs it up with warrants.
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Reviews When you write a review, you need to think about: what age your audience is; which gender they are; how formal the language needs to be (‘The Radio Times’ might include more formal language than ‘The Sun’), and what your opinion is of what you are reviewing and why.These could be an advert, a newspaper or magazine article, a page from the Internet or an essay (e. g. travel writing).Purpose Purpose means the reason behind the piece of writing – for example, to argue , persuade, comment or review .The two tasks One will test your ability to argue, persuade or advise ; and the other to analyse, review or comment.Articles for magazines or newspapers If you are asked to write an article for a magazine or newspaper, the most important ...
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The article has been peer-reviewed, which is considered to be scholarly.Social Studies, 96(5), 216-221.This article is considered scholarly because it is peer-reviewed.The source of authority for this article is that it is peer-reviewed.This article is peer-reviewed.
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What Is A Peer-Reviewed Article?.Evaluating Internet Research Sources.Cornell University Library Guides.Distinguishing Scholarly from Non-Scholarly Periodicals: A Checklist of Criteria.Big Data – for better or worse.
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I will use, side notes in my paper as well as a “terms” section that will outline terms that the reader may need a broader understanding of as well as the explanation of abbreviations.- Review steps I may have taken to prevent the tragedy of genocide.Review of literature .I will have a separate bibliography page.- Review my opinion .
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The article provokes one to question the presence of other inventions whose impact has been profound apart from the example given such as the cellular infrastructure.Analysing the article, one appreciates that is a great eye opener to the effect of technology in the society.The article looks at how the current form of this communication came to be with a review of the stages the process has undergone.By doing this, a clear image is painted to the author where the article acts as a source of information in this case on cellular technology.The article finishes by reviewing the steps taken to mitigate the negative effects emanating from cellular communication with examples such as infrastructure modification to fit with the environment to m...
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In the article, Tackling in a professional rugby league, the researchers wanted to find out exactly what kind of tackles were happening.This article was also published in a credible journal, the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.This article will be very useful in my review essay.I believe this article will be helpful for my review essay because it helps identify injury risk factors.This article will help me with my review essay because it, along with a few other articles helps pinpoint the cause of injuries in rugby.
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As per article 2, Fagan inspection which is a blend mixture of formal reviews, walkthroughs and inspections are performed at Fermi lab to investigate the benefits of inspection.In article 1 the authors selected the solution based upon the ideas from the workshop.In article 2 authors performed an experiment to know about the effectiveness of Fagan’s inspection process and its benefits.Here in this article benefits of applying inspection process at different levels of software development life cycle and benefits to the people associated with it are analyzed .In the article 2 Fagan’s inspection process has been reviewed and compared to other formal reviews to know the effectiveness of inspection process.
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Article one “literature review begins with an explanation of transformation leadership and then explains the conditions that need to exist before transformational leadership can be successful.The sample populations varied from article to article.The differences are that article one and two did use different areas to study, but article three looked at a limited amount of women participants.[From here on out each article will be referred to as article one, two, and three (respectfully)].In article three; the results showed that transformational leadership does affect how employees respond to those around them, both bosses and customers.
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What is the best format for the presentation of the research work: as an original article, topic treatment (review), case presentation or correspondence?The format of the paper varies in function of the type of the article.If a duplicate or multiple publication has resulted from this kind of submission, the journal detecting it has the right to proceed for the article retraction.Several recommendations are to be taken into account when writing a scientific article, in order to made it readily acceptable.Finally, following the steps recommended above for the design of the research work and its implementation is a necessary condition for achieving a positive result in the publication of a scientific article.
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Littrell, L. and Salas, E. (2005) A Review of Cross-Cultural Training: Best Practices, Guidelines, and Research Needs.(Hurn, 2011) Article 2 – .Personnel Review, 34 (1) March, pp.It also shows a report of survey of trainers and a review of global commerce which reveals a high mismatch between countries identified and emerging global markets.Human Resource Development Review, 4 (3) September, pp.
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Review the important considerations for new market development, including the strategic objectives for new market entry, evaluating the attractiveness of new markets, the key success factors for new market development and the advantages and disadvantages of different modes of market entry.Review the nature and the scale of change required to gain an understanding of the type of leadership required to lead it.Again, remember an article may only make reference to some of the forces in the external industry environment.Does the article make any reference to the different customer market segments in the industry, and can you make an assessment of what drives customer demand in them?Can you make any inferences about the industry value chain f...
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The researchers were well qualified for the current study as their qualifications were stated in the article.Abstract is a brief description or an outline of the entire article.Evaluating the research article with the critiquing tool by Michael Coughlan and team members it was found that the study is arguable with credibility and reliability.Arguably, the article is well written as it is concise and it does not contain any languages that are characterised to any particular group and are grammatically correct.The title of the article gave an idea of the topic that and what the study is related to.
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...nd Stein (2006) study interviewed 18 immigrant parents regarding their migration and acculturation process, and found that in trying to help their children navigate a new world, parents first had to learn English since lacking these communication skills, parents often felt helpless, alienated, and unable to advocate on behalf of their children.How does acculturation and acculturation stress affect immigrant parents?Although environmental stressors add to the acculturation stress that immigrants experience, there were no studies that directly link these types of stressors to child maltreatment.What factors influence the entry of children of immigrants into the child welfare system?In order to analyze the topic of immigrant families ' e...
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The authors of this article appear credible, and the article is recent which gives thanks to Dr Sara Smock for her input.The article gives a detailed review of a study that used screening, intervention, and treatment referral with social work students.The fact that healthcare providers are the focus of the article means that I will not use much information from within this source.The article will be useful for some information in my proposal as the community does include the older population as well the young adults.This article describes Evidence-Based Principles aimed at preventing substance abuse.
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A title in an article is vital that it reflects correspondingly to the content of an article with the right quantity of words used which this article manages to accomplish.The occasional use of jargon was indicated in the article .There is no evidence of grammatical error; wrongly use of punctuation, run-on sentence and limited uses of verbosity which made the article easy to follow whilst the authors’ points are recognized.After a comprehensive examination of the critique, the presentation of the author’s writing style does exceptionally well in expressing clarity of their ideas, intentions, findings and discussion in the article.On the contrary, double blinded peer review is a very constructive aspect of this article reason being it il...
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This article discusses the book: “Methods in Stream Ecology,” Second Edition, edited by F. Richard Hauer and Gary A. Lamberti.The review provides sources to find specific information on subjects that were mentioned but not specifically covered.1- Increase in Riparian Vegetation along Peterson Creek, North Queensland 1938–2004 This journal article discusses the Increase in Riparian Vegetation along Peterson Creek, North Queensland.This article also discusses many other factors that affect vegetation growth and the explanation of the growing.This review also discusses the need and reasoning for the 2nd edition.
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Scholarly article review (40 points)Readability (10 points) Total Points: 125 .Do not use any verbiage/portion of your previously submitted article reviews from Written Assignments 1 or 2.This article review should be original to this final project assignment.Article review (100 points)Readability (20 points) Total Points: 220 .100 Literature Review Then, write a 6–10 page paper providing an overall review of the entire process created from job analysis to compensation.
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Annotation: In this article, Hawkins exposes three major reasons why implementing differentiated instruction (DI) if a difficult task for most teachers.The goal of this article is to provide classroom teachers with the necessary skills to be able to implement DI into their curriculum.Support for Project: This article is important for my project because the researcher explains how to deal with student differences.Support for Project: This article is important for my project because when trying to convince educators to change their way of thinking and pedagogical practices, you must have solid evidence that the new practice; in this case, DI, will work.This article also describes the characteristics of a well-run DI classroom and what teac...
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The structure of the text in the article was efficient, well written readable and reader friendly, hence it improves the credibility of the article (Cutcliffe and Ward, 2007).The title of the article ‘Why do students fail to disclose health problems?’ draws to the readers with a short and unambiguous understanding of what the article briefly entails as it is enlightening to read.The occasional use of jargon was indicated in the article .The abstract of this article falls short to provide a concise summary of the paper which leaves the reader oblivious and provides a small amount of usage to reader in determining if the article has caught their interest and/or convince them to reads more.As Parahoo (2006) explains that an article needs a ...
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