Below are the major elements required for the peer-reviewed journal article critique paper and their associated point values. The paper should be structured to contain the major category headings below including the Introduction, Methodology, Data Analysis (called Results in some articles), Communicating Findings (often called Interpretation).
In aIDition, each subheading should be used in the paper. For example—your paper should have a first level heading entitled “Introduction” and listed under that heading there should be eight second level headings
If the article being critiqued is missing an element within one or more of the major categories, you should still aIDress it in your critique. For example, if your article does not discuss certain sources of measurement error you believe the authors might have encountered in a study, you should describe them and their potential impact on the study’s results.
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