Rodriguez, et al. (2006)

he summary should synthesize the main question, issue, methods, findings, and discussion of the article. The critique section should critique the methods and/or theory used in answering the proposed research question and provide additional insight from additional articles on the topic. Additional guiding questions can be (but is not limited to): does the author’s methodology support the findings and conclusion? What are the strengths and/or weaknesses of the methodology? Are there additional conclusions the author failed to make? Do other articles support/contradict the required article’s findings? 12 pt font, times new roman, 1 inch margins

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