The Michie and Skinner article

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The Michie and Skinner article, “Narrating Disability, Narrating Religious Practice: Reconciliation and Fragile X Syndrome”, is a research article that studies mother’s view of religion when narrating their story about their children who are affected with Fragile X Syndrome. It is simple to see that this article is a research article because of the setup of the article. There is an abstract, an introduction, a method, results, and a discussion. It also states in the article that they conducted a study. This study was part of a larger study done. However, this study consisted of 60 mothers of children under the age of 12 with full-mutation Fragile X Syndrome. This means that the mothers were carriers of Fragile X Syndrome since a child cannot inherit the full-mutation from the father. The women were all recruited in the United States from studies done at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and the University of North Carolina’s online research registry of studies about fragile X. Participants were also recruited from Fragile X Syndrome family support groups, and FXS (fragile X syndrome)
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