305 Guideline for Critiquing Journal Articles--revised s08

305 Guideline for Critiquing Journal Articles--revised s08...

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Guideline for Critiquing Journal Articles 1. Give authors, date of publication, title, where published, volume (issue), and  pages (Follow the APA reference list style). 2. Find research questions or hypotheses.  3. Find concepts, theories, or theoretical perspectives.  4. Describe methodologies.   a. Specific research methods b. Sample (participants) and its size c. Sample’s brief demographics (gender, age, race/ethnicity, marital status,  income, etc.) 5. Describe study findings.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Describe study limitations. 7. Find suggestions for future research. 8. Identify any gaps or missing information. 9. Analyze the study’s implications for social work practice, policy, or social work in general. 10. Describe how you would use this article in your own team project. 11. What other questions do you have regarding this article? Please attach a copy of the journal article....
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2011 for the course SOWK 305 taught by Professor Yeom during the Spring '11 term at James Madison University.

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