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Writing Article Critiques
In this course, you will be expected to write article critiques as part of discussion activities. Use these guidelines to write a critique of a selected article.
Basic Elements
Outline for Initial Discussion Post
A written critique includes a minimum of four basic elements:
Identification of the material read (or reviewed).
An abstract of the major ideas.
An analysis of the content.
Implications for the particular course, study or field of interest.
The first “things” to look for in an identified reading are the major ideas and contentions of the author. Try to determine the author’s justification for the contentions. Review the supporting data presented. Examine the logic supporting the author’s conclusions. Seek out similarities and differences between what is being propounded by the author and those held by other writers in the field.
In summary, what is the “gist” of contents of the review? Can it be stated in a few paragraphs? What does it mean? What are the implications?
Access the Outline for Initial Discussion Post section to continue.

Your initial discussion post should conform to this outline:
Bibliographical Detail
Author
Title
Source
Date
Abstract of Major Ideas – Synthesis of the big ideas of the article reviewed.
Critical Evaluation of Major Ideas
Substantiation of the idea by good logic.
Adequacy of supporting arguments and reasoning.
Degree to which author’s point of view agrees with your own.
Implications – What is the meaning of the author’s ideas regarding what needs to be done in the
area of interest, i.e., aviation/aerospace, etc.

Post your four paragraph (maximum) article critique, include your article as an attachment (or a link to the article), and then address the following:
Do you believe the results? Why or why not?
Can a reported mean of your article data be treated as a value from a population having a normal distribution? Why or why not?
Report either the value(s) of the reported Correlation Coefficient(s) and your interpretation, or report the reported Regression Equation and provide an example of a “Predicted” value.

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