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Guidelines for Writing a Critique Essay The purpose of the Critique Essay is to evaluate the integration of your knowledge, critical  thinking skills and ability to apply a feminist perspective.  You will write two critique essays which you will submit electronically to digital drop box on  Blackboard.  Late papers will not be accepted.  Essays will be at least 7-10 full pages in length,  double-spaced with references cited.  Include a title page with your name and date of  submission.   What is a critique essay?  A critique essay is  an analysis  of a written text, media, or spoken discourse.  It is based  on  evidence,  which is extracted from a text, lecture, discussion and other learning resources.  A critique analyzes, interprets, and evaluates. It is  a synthesis  of your learning.  A critique is  not a summary.  A summary merely reports what is read or learned.   
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2010 for the course WST 3412 taught by Professor Cherrie during the Spring '10 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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