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Unformatted text preview: Library Resources Library Resources PubMed/Medline ProQuest Available through: http:// www.libraries.psu.edu/eres/PSU_azlist.html#az Empirical vs. Review Articles Empirical Articles Generally have:
Abstract Introduction with a focused literature review Results Methods with a clear description of the sample Discussion Empirical vs. Review Articles Review Articles
Abstract Generally have:
Introduction w/ description of all of the studies from which the sample was pooled Absent or very scant Methods section with no clear description of the study sample Results Discussion For your article critiques... You are required to use two (2) empirical articles from your assigned journal You may use the resources listed previously for additional empirical articles With previous permission by Clinton or Dr. Saltsman Plagiarism Discussion Which of the following is not Plagiarism? It has become fashionable to reject the notion of absolute objectivity on the grounds that objectivity is simply unattainable or, even if attainable, is undesirable. (Staffen, 1996) 1. I feel it has become fashionable to reject the notion of absolute objectivity on the grounds that objectivity is simply unattainable. 1. I feel it has become stylish to reject the idea of absolute objectivity on the grounds that objectivity cannot be achieved. 1. Many people today have rejected the idea that there is such a thing as absolute objectivity since they do not believe that it can be achieved. 1. Many people today have denied the concept that there is such a thing as complete non-bias since they do not believe that it can be achieved. *Lisa R. Staffen, published in Contemporary Sociology (March, 1996, Vol. 25, No., 2, pp. 154-156) *source page... http://www.csub.edu/ssric-trd/howto/plagiarism.htm (Earl Babbie) ...
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