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The paper should contain the following:
• A brief summary of the journal article. The aim of this not to summarise all elements of the article but to provide a sense of the key arguments of the author(s). Where appropriate it may be useful to draw attention to the methods used to establish the author(s)’ findings.
• A critical evaluation of the piece. This should relate to, discuss, and seek to evaluate the core claims, methods, arguments and general significance of the article, setting this in the context of the broader discussion of the issues discussed in the course. Feel free to develop a personal reflection on the issues raised by the article but make sure to relate these reflections clearly to the text – i.e. your review should not be just a collection of ‘free thoughts’ on the general topic, but a critical engagement with the journal article itself.
• The journal review should not only present a summary of the journal article (its objectives and a descriiption of how these are achieved), but it should also offer a critical appreciation, analysis and reflection on its strengths and weaknesses in the context of the debates we have dealt with in this course and the issues we have discussed (Power point).
• A bibliography listing all the references used in your review. Make sure to include references in your text where appropriate (using the Harvard system for instance – author, date of publication, page).
• Plagiarism is strictly prohibited.