Article Review Essay Example

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  • Sample Article Review

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    e Article review : Sample 1 Source Bell, R.L. & Lederman. (2003). Understandings of the nature of science and decision making on science and technology based issues. Science Education, vol.87, no.3, p.352-77, viewed 15 March 2005, EBSCOhost database Academic Search Premier, item: AN9578033 Introduction This review critically reviews the article ‘Understandings of the nature of science and decision making on science and technology based issues’ by Randy L. Bell and Norman G. Lederman which appeared

  • Article Review : Our Undemocratic Constitution

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    Bicameralism and Constitutional Article V are two of the main factors Levinson believes contribute to this difficulty. Bicameralism means it takes two legislative houses instead of one to approve any legislation. Levinson feels “Whatever the undoubted attractions of bicameralism, it always makes it harder to pass legislation (35).” He believes having two houses that do basically the same things just slows down the process of actually making a change to the constitution. Article V however, is another part

  • What Does It Take A Good Review Of An Original Scientific Article ( 6 Points )? Essay

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    to Dr. Hoppin, what does it take to do a good review of an original scientific article (6 points)? Dr. Hoppin discussed four main responsibilities in guiding reviewer in the reviewing process of scientific paper. When reviewing a scientific article, the role of reviewers is to shear their experience, knowledge, time and provide constructive criticisms and suggestions. The reviewer has to be motivated by providing suggestions for improving the article to be more educational, informative and useful

  • Article Review

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    remaining childless until age 35 years? Results from an Australian birth cohort study. (Steele et.al, 2014) Article review. The study described in the article attempts to demonstrate that precarious employment conditions force women to procrastinate first childbirth till age 35. Below here there are the short summary of this article and its evaluation, focused on the choice of variables, the article structure and the study results. The base for the study was the same as in the Life Journeys of Young

  • Article Review

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    found and used in clinical application. The three articles studied in this review use very different methods of predicting patient outcomes, and prove more accurate than the current “predictions... from randomized trials of individual chemotherapies, or SEER (Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results) estimates”(Obermyer, 2017, p. 18). Regardless of their apparent successes, there is room for improvement in all three articles. Review The first article, “Machine learning mortality prediction at start

  • Article Review

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    The peer-reviewed article I analyzed was “Conducting a Functional-Based Intervention I a School Setting to Reduce Inappropriate Behaviour of a Child with Autism”. The focus of this article is “to assess the utility and feasibility of using three functional behavior assessment procedures in conjunction with the Behaviour Capture program when identifying the function of problem behavior in a school and to inform development of a function based intervention.” (Camacho, Anderson, Moore, & Furlonger

  • A Review Of The Article Review

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    environmental voices is clear in the article published titled Critics Challenge Emissions Target (Wingrove 2015, May 16). The first person referenced is the Environmental minister, followed by a business professor at the University of Alberta, subsequently a green peace campaigner, and finally an oil sands program director for Pembina Institute who called the oil sands the largest growing source of emissions in Canada. Given the top down orientation of news articles, prominence is repeatedly awarded

  • Article Review On ' The '

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    Our Father Who Is In Heaven By J Stark | Submitted On January 13, 2016 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author J Stark Is this simply a prayer recited by many, under varying circumstances or might

  • Article Review

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    In the article, “Organized Greek Games”, the author, William J. Baker’s goal was to educate on the difference between Olympic Games as they are today, compared to Olympic Games as they used to be in ancient Greece. In this article, William Baker also described to us, the relationship between the ancient Olympic Games, and Greek religion, what some of the Greek philosophers thought of the Olympic Games, and the role of athletics in general, in ancient Greek Society. William Baker’s article, “Organized

  • Article Review

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    First educational researchers realize that scientific methods of research do not adequately measure what is happening in the classroom. Secondly, new technologies have led to new classroom activities that necessitate new methods of analysis. This article suggests that if current trends continue, descriptive research methodology will grow in popularity and use.

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