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    Critique of a research article This paper is a critique of Alison Fuller and Lorna Unwin’s research article ‘Knowledge Workers’ as the New Apprentices: The Influence of Organisational Autonomy, Goals and Values on the Nurturing of Expertise’ Vocations and Learning’. Professor Alison Fuller, formerly of the University of Southampton, has been Chair in Vocational Education and Work at the Institute Of Education (IOE) since September 2013 while Lorna Unwin is Chair in Vocational Education at the IOE

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    such as research articles and manuscripts. They are termed as standard scientific articles. Since primary literature is an original report of study; it includes the research, an abstract, introduction, the materials and methods of the study, the data and results obtained from the collected data, the discussion of the results and finally the article ends with a list of references that were used in the study. A different type of journal article; not very different from a research article is called

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    ARTICLE CRITIQUE WORKSHEET Brian Conary Instructions: After reviewing the website article in the assigned module/week’s Reading & Study folder, you will answer each question below in no more than 3 sentences. Questions: 1. Correctly reference the article using current APA format. Rovai, A. P. (2002). Development of an instrument to measure classroom community. The Internet and Higher Education,5(3), 197-211. doi:10.1016/s1096-7516(02)00102-1 2. What is the purpose of the study? This study

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    teams. This assignment will look at an article by Sheehan, Robertson and Ormond (2007) who are educators with speech/language, medical radiation technology and occupational therapy professional backgrounds. The researchers are professionals from Christchurch College of Education, School of Occupational Therapy and the University of Canterbury respectively. The article was published in the Journal of Inter professional Care in New Zealand. The article was chosen because it highlights the complex

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    objective of this assignment is to critique the research article titled ‘Staff-student relationships and their impact on nursing students’ belongingness and learning’. Polit and Beck (2008) highlighted that there is expectancy on nurses to conduct research in order to base their practice on evidence which has emerged from research. Nurses are expected to use their research findings to make informed decisions and actions with patients. The ultimate goal of research is to develop and expand ones knowledge

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    Critical Evaluation of a Research Article Leonor Mora University of Phoenix Abstract The purpose of this paper is to do a critical evaluation of the research article “Using to Predict Team Performance in the Work Place.” This is a study to evaluate the high performance of individuals working in teams. The study samples 129 cadets of a military college divided into 29 squads. I would do an evaluation to find if the study has a clear notion of the problem, would analyze if the study has a purpose

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    The Articles of Confederation was drafted to create a sense of political unity to the newly formed nation of United States of America and combat the British rule. The Confederation was modeled to resembled a confederacy arrangement that serve to unify the thirteen states at the time(Feeley 98-100). However, the confederation was later replaced by a federal arrangement which granted the government with more centralized control. Statism is one of the factors that contributed towards the failure of

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    When making important decisions, the Article of Confederation seemed to show more favor to the states themselves rather than the Congress. For example, when making amendments, the Confederation states that it can be executed only when the decision is agreed by all states, but only three-fourths of all states is needed in the Constitution. Also the decision for welcoming new states to be a part of the united States of America was determined by the agreement of nine states in the Confederation, with

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    lesson, the united States learn how to work as an intendent nations. In 1777, the Continental congress has made the Articles of Confederation, it was the first constitution for the United States. The Articles of Confederation was like a friendship bond between the 13 states. The 13 states bond wasn’t as strong as you thought. The continental congress meet every year to use the Articles as the key to keep the peace between the 13 states. The people in the United States wanted a democratic republic,

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    anti-Federalists and the Federalists. The beginning of this fight is rooted in two landmark decisions, Article Three of the U.S. Constitution and the Judiciary Act of 1789. Constitutional Convention Discussion The Articles of Confederation cannot be fully discussed here but must be mentioned at least in passing for the part they played in the foundation of our federal court system. One fault in the Articles is that there was no establishment of a national court capable of enforcing

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