to explore and critique the article “School Nurses in New Jersey: A Quantitative Inquiry on Roles and Responsibilities” (Appendix 1).
The author feels that the title of the critique article is limited. It does not clearly identify the methodology used for gaining the information throughout the article. It does however state the method of research used which in this case is quantitative research which would be beneficial knowledge when reading the article. In the authors opinion it
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The final paper was designed to meet several goals:
* To improve your skills in identifying, locating, and evaluating psychological research articles.
* To teach you how to read, understand, and think critically about psychological research reports and their implications for real world issues.
* To enhance your ability to clearly and concisely review scientific literature.
* To enhance your ability to develop clear
in general TV media themselves are not something positive or negative. Whether TV brings benefits or harm to the individual, as I believe, depends more on how the individual will use what television media offers to him/her.
In the modern time, not only adults watch different media, but young children are also exposed to watching different TV programs, cartoons, educational movies etc. Parents of young children can use baby media to calm a child, as a safe replacement for other activities, as the
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Welcome to Research Rundowns, a blog intended to simplify research methods in educational settings. I hope this site can serve as a quick, practical, and more importantly, relevant resource on how to read, conduct, and write research. The contents are an expansion and revision of my class materials, intended for use as a refresher or as a free introductory research methods course. Topics are organized into five main sections, with subsections (in parentheses):
* Introduction (INTRO)–a
MPE711: Global Trade and Markets ASSESSMENT GUIDE
In both assessment 1 (presentation) and assessment 2 (written research article) you will be required to work in a group on the same research topic. Groups should consist of 3 to 4 individuals. Exceptions to this can be made for offcampus students if they can demonstrate difficulty in finding group members. You are free to form your own groups, whether through face-to-face contact or by using the ‘group formation’ forum on CloudDeakin. Ensure once
peers (pp. 4-5).
3. Read the following scenarios and identify which of the following alternative sources of information is being used (pp. 5-7):
b. Tradition or Custom
c. Common sense
|Scenario |Source of information |
|The City of Bigton is having a problem with graffiti. The Mayor decides that the only
not viewed as unique individuals but as embodiments of the attributes of their group (Hogg and Reid, 2006). People want to be categorized in an acceptable light, so they will follow group norms to achieve this goal.
Review of Current Literature
Article Number One
Elshinnawy and Vinze conducted an experiment in the fall of 2006 on the effects of group polarization on satisfaction with the process and outcome of decision-making in a group setting. More specifically, they wanted to determine