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...Critique for Environmental Studies) ID number: of University (affiliation) Location of University: Date of Submission: February 14, 2014 Estimated Word Count = 622 (text only) Solid Waste Management The article chosen for this paper is entitled “Recycling and recovery routes of plastic solid waste (PSW): a review” written by S. M. Al-Salem, P. Lettieri, and J. Baeyens that was first published in the journal Waste Management back in July 03, 2009. Their study focused on a growing problem worldwide of plastic solid wastes (PSW) particularly the wastes coming from polyolefinic sources which is the largest group of thermoplastics which are polymers using simple olefins... SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT (Article...
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...Critique In the social context of the modern life, secrecy has been identified as one of the most significant and problematic elements which calls for a refined research and investigation relating to the individual rather than the society. Whereas there are various studies on the topic of secrecy and the functions that secrets play in society, how individuals learn to use secrets needs to be explored further. In the research article “Enculturation into Secrecy among Junior High School Girls” by Don E. Merten has been an attempt to take up the challenge of investigating on secret in relation to individuals. To be specific, the study concentrates on the girls’ accounts of their enculturation... Article...
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...Critique al Affiliation Article Critique The of the article is Tang and Kao. There are several research questions addressed by this study. The first research question was on how gender and ethnicity influence perception of the students towards schools. The second is on whether the students are aware the gender role expectations in their school and home. Third is on students’ perception on their own ethnicity. Fourth is on how parents influence student’s attitudes towards school. Lastly, is on whether schools and staff are addressing the academic, social, and emotional needs of the Cambodian students. In this study, qualitative approach was used to delve into how ethnicity may influence... Article...
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...Critique As the authors’ examined the part that socio-cultural background... ? “Estoy en un monton de dolor” Experiencing Pain from a Hispanic Cancer Patient’s Perspective The study of Im et al. (2007) shows serious implications to the medical sector. Disparity in the treatments received by cancer patients of Hispanic backgrounds as well as other migrant populations should be closely examined so that adjustment can be made to better cater to their needs. Equality is the foremost value that our country, the United States is known for and we must uphold that even for migrants. The study of Im et al is imperfect but it is an eye opener for people to wake up to the issues that are plaguing the health care...
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...Critique Sur Educational Research Critique What is the research design of the article by Friedel and Rudd? The research was mainly conducted to analyze the divergent or the contrasting relation among the cognitive style gab between the professors and their students and its overall link between the engagement of students in an agricultural college at South Land-grant University. The famous “Citrons Adaptation- Innovation Theory” was preferred since it allows to measure the cognitive style preference as a method of solving different issues. The classes in the school of agriculture were mainly targeted for the research cram by using three different criteria. Initially, the lecturer had... Research Critique ...
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...Critique Paper – Tussle over Privacy Technology allows people to connect with each other at whatever time. The problem that arises with the use of technology is the issue of privacy. Personal information that is found in most of the sites present can be used for many purposes. In an article by Mangu-Ward Katherine, a member of congress had actually laid his concerns about the use of such information. This is by one of the leading corporations in the world, Disney. He was afraid that personal information was being misused by Disney to get access to young children and manipulate them, which ultimately puts them at risk. The article provides the reader with a response from the CEO of Disney... Critique...
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...Critique Article Critique Isolation for prevention of Nosocomial transmission of MRSA articles a. Research problem The problem in the four studies is whether the implementation of modified isolation precautions would decrease the rate of acquisition of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). The research problem in each study is quite significant as it helps in preventing the infection of strains of Staphylococcus aureus in hospitals which is quite resistant to methicillin. The research problem also helps to enhance infection control to prevent the transmission of nosocomial organism given that there are limited numbers of antimicrobials. These articles have provided sufficient... ? Article...
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...CRITIQUE Effect of Same-Sex Marriage Laws on Health Care Use and Expenditures in Sexual Minority Men: A Quasi-Natural Experiment Name Institution Professor Subject Research Problem The study aimed to investigate the impact of same-sex marriage policies on the physical and mental health conditions of gays, bisexuals, and lesbians in the U.S. It mentioned substantial number of related studies, which concern constitutional amendments about same-sex marriage and pro-gay marriage policies, and mental health problems among gays, bisexuals, and lesbians. The authors satisfactorily provided a clear background on how policy-level interventions could cause psychological stress among gays... ?Running head: ARTICLE...
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...Critique Article Critique This essay is a critique on the article, “Maternal Influences on Youth Responses to Peer Stress” (Abaied & Rudolph, 2011). The research aims to find out the impact of maternal coping suggestions in determining the development of the responses of the youth with regards to peer stress (Abaied & Rudolph, 2011). The participants in the study are 144 youths whose ages range from nine to fourteen years old. There are 79 girls and 65 boys. Included in the study are the primary female caregivers of these youths. Separate interviews were conducted among the youths and their mothers. Questionnaires were also administered to both groups. The focus of the questions... Article...
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...CRITIQUE ANALYSIS 11 CRITIQUING THE SAMPLING PROCEDURE a) Yes the target population is well identified; nursing have been selected as the targets that are further segregated into two small groups of two different sizes or lots. b) Yes the accessible population is also referred too. The target of 168 nursing students would be selected from the classroom sessions, keeping into considerations the ethical aspects of chosen institute as well. However, the college name in specific is not mentioned from where the sample would be selected. c) Nothing precise about the probability or non probability sampling method has been mentioned in the analysis part. However after analyzing the content... QUALITATIVE...
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...Critique The paper revolves around the critical discussion of thearticle, “A qualitative study of parents’ experiences of providing sex education for their children: The Implications for Health Education” by Joy L. Walker published in 2001 in Health Education Journal. The paper discusses the parents’ role in providing their children with the basic knowledge of sex education; it argues that should parents discuss the early sex knowledge with their children or not? The paper critically analyzes the article and the arguments the repercussions that how it will affect the mindset of a child at an early age on the discussion of sex. Article: A qualitative study of parents’ experiences... Critique The paper...
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...critique Due Introduction This article critique is about a research conducted to determine the difference in the effectiveness of endoscopic and tactile evaluation techniques. The two methods are used to detect sub-gingival calculus in periodontal illness therapy. The article is written by four authors; Osborn, Lenton, Lunos, and Blue with a medicine background. The article is purposed for medical professionals in a clinical setting. The article states that a philosophical want, to eliminate calculus, has been limited by periodontal pocket depth. The traditional method of tactile evaluation is unable to solve the problem. The aim of this article is to highlight how the endoscopic method can...
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...critique – resistance to organizational change In the article “Rethinking Resistance and Recognizing Ambivalence: A Multidimensional View of Attitudes Toward An Organizational Change”, Piderit (2000) discusses the concept of resistance to organizational change and focuses upon the need to consider multidimensional approach to the response of employees to such changes. The paper addresses the research question “How can we balance the organizational need to foster ambivalent attitudes toward change and the individual need to minimize the potentially debilitating effects of ambivalence?” (Piderit, 2000, p.783) The author begins with the conceptual analysis of the resistance to change... and...
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...Critique of Submission Variables 1. What is (are) the independent variables? The independent variables of the study are academic procrastination and active procrastination, where active procrastination can be identified as an opposite of passive procrastination because the procrastinator has the ability to execute his/her decisions in a manner which is timely (Chu and Choi, 2005). 2. What is (are) the dependent variables? The dependent variables of the study are 1) time structure 2) purposive use of time 3) perceived time control 4) self-efficacy 5) extrinsic motivation 6... Rethinking Procrastination: Positive Effects of “Active” Procrastination Behavior on Attitudes and Performance – Article Critique ...
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...Critique on the Sources A CRITIQUE ON "THE SOURCES OF INFORMATION USED BY NURSES TO INFORM PRACTICE: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW" by Shannon M. Spenceley, Katherine, A. O'Leary, Lesa L.K. Chizawsky, and Amber J. Ross, Carole A. Introduction Nurses provide the basic source of care and assistance for patients at the most crucial points in their lives. The nurses are few of the known professionals that response need of clients that is particularly urgent. Thus, the quality of care delivered by them at the workplace are expected to be highly satisfactory if not excellent since the profession deals about human life; highly regarded more than anything. Perhaps every individual's health care... ...
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...critique Coca cola Coca-Cola is a carbonated soft beverage sold in restaurants, stores, and vending machines in America and throughout the world. The product is manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company in Georgia. The beverage is commonly referred to as Coke. The primary function of the beverage is to quench thirst, especially after working for long hour in the scorching sun. in addition, the product is commonly store in houses to be served as quick drinks especially to visitors. The product target cuts across all gender and ages. As such, every person find him or herself using the product at a point. As stated above, the soft drink is normally used for rehydration and quenching... Coca-Cola-a product...
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...Critique: Environmental studies Introduction of the Article The following is a critique of “Performance tools and their impact on pollution reduction: An assessment of environmental taxation and R&D, “ published in the International Review of Public Administration, 15(3), 53-53 by Im, Tobin I., and Wonhyuk W. Cho in 2011. The research was motivated by the fact that in spite theoretical implications of environmental taxation coupled with governmental participations in research and development, there has never been sufficient link between the effects of such aspects within environmental context and improved performance especially through empirical studies. This indicates the insufficiency... ? Article...
RESEARCH NURSING ARTICLES CRITIQUE
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...Critique. Research has been defined as a “systematic, critical and self-critical enquiry which aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and wisdom” (as cited in Costello, 2005, p.3). This advancement of knowledge and wisdom helps us by providing a greater insight about the various aspects of life and makes us able to look at things in different perspectives. Research, therefore helps us do, as what Williams and Stevenson (1951, p.1) argue, “the manipulation of things, concepts or symbols for the purpose of generalizing to extend, correct or verify knowledge”. Taking into considerations various knowledge that a research provides, in this essay two such works related to the field... Research...
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...CRITIQUE Article Review and Critique Article Review and Critique The objective of the paper is to analyze and critique an article about the behavior of business organizations. The article studied is entitled Strategy at the Edge of Chaos by E. Beinhocker published in the McKinsey Quarterly in 1997. Upon reading the article, it can be considered as an important contribution to the concepts related to dynamics of the field of Economics specifically pertaining to organizational behavior in the 90s until the turn of the century. In general, it is an interesting work that presented an informative perspective on the need for new paradigm and mentality in economics... Head: ARTICLE REVIEW AND CRITIQUE Article...
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...Critique Disciplinary practice in families is one of the most significant issues related to the development of the children especially in the behavioral aspect. The main objective of the study is to present the points discussed in relation to the emergence of disciplinary practices specifically the notion that attitudes predict the use of punishment. Objectives of the Study The main focus of the research is the determination of the attitudes and outlook of parents in terms of punishment such as spanking. The research had been undertaken through the study with children of age 12 months old to 4 years. This is a challenge since there is limited amount of data in prior researches... Journal Article...
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...Critique Psychopath is a human condition in which a person appears to be normal but behaves in a manner which is beyond the expectation of the society. People with such problems are always overconfident, ready to surpass others in any activity, lack psychological feelings and have no regard for others. They consider themselves to be superior to any other personal hence they lack moral sense (Sexton-Radek, & Schleser, 2005). Such people can do anything and can disrespect anyone since they have no feeling of social responsibility. Due to their unwarranted behavior, they may end up taking their own lives or even end up in prison. This condition is a big challenge... ? Treatment of Psychopaths - Article...
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...Critique Building a corporate brand The article ‘Building a corporate brand: the internal brand building process in Swedish firms’ is written by three authors; Asa Wallstrom, Ted Karlsson, and Esmail Salehi-Sangari. In the article, the authors aim to uncover how corporate brands can be effectively developed by exploring the internal corporate brand-building process in Swedish service firms (Wallstrom, Karlsson & Salehi-Sangari 2008, p.41). The authors employ a qualitative study approach by investigating three selected firms and their internal brand building process. The strength of the article lies in its methodology. The authors employ purposive sampling to find and select... Design Research- Article...
RESEARCH NURSING ARTICLES CRITIQUE
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...Critique. Research has been defined as a “systematic, critical and self-critical enquiry which aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and wisdom” (as cited in Costello, 2005, p.3). This advancement of knowledge and wisdom helps us by providing a greater insight about the various aspects of life and makes us able to look at things in different perspectives. Research, therefore helps us do, as what Williams and Stevenson (1951, p.1) argue, “the manipulation of things, concepts or symbols for the purpose of generalizing to extend, correct or verify knowledge”. Taking into considerations various knowledge that a research provides, in this essay two such works related to the field... Research...
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...Critique and Comparison: Perceptions of Child Care Centre Owners in Chicago: Implications for Public Policy Introduction Children are the most important source of happiness and hope for parents. Promoting the well-being of children have been the ultimate goal of parents, teachers, local communities, the state and organizations the world over. Children in their formative years are so amazing and intriguing that educators and developmental practitioners continue to observe and delve into diverse kinds of researches to resolve interesting growth patterns and behaviors. At this age group, the delicate nature of children’s skills and rate of development vary considerably, researchers often opt... Article...
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...Critique on “Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership” by J. Uldrich. Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership An Article Critique Name Professor University Course Date Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership An Article Critique Benjamin Franklin is one of the most important personalities in the American society on the basis of the multitude of the contributions that he had made in the different fields and disciplines which include politics, science and social works. The paper is aimed to analyzed the journal article that presented the different leadership skills of Benjamin Franklin entitled “Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership” by Jack Uldrich... Head: Article Critique on...
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...Critique the Literature Review The literature review used in the research comprises of the materials from books... ? Differences between parents understanding and those diagnosed The investigated problem The study was conducted to investigate the different views between the victims of AS and the caretakers and the parents. It in depth clarifies the similarities and the differences in views between these two different groups of people (Juanne & Gudrun, 2008). The major question of the research therefore arises from the research problem. Therefore the research question can be formulated as; what are the differences of similarities in opinion between the victims of AS and their caretakers or parents. The...
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...Critique Article Writing Critique Article Writing In criticizing the nursing article, “Patient Perceptions of Pain Management Therapy: A Comparison of Real-Time Assessment of Patient Education and Satisfaction and Registered Nurse Perceptions” by Bozimowski (2012), I will rely on critical appraisal tools based on qualitative research method design. Notably, the research topic and research question correlated with the type of research study where the study addressed qualitative factors like patient satisfaction and perception as well as registered nurse perceptions. Moreover, the research study appreciates the significance of addressing the research...
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...Critique [Pick the Primary Source Article Jones, A. R., Parkinson, K. N., Drewett, R. F., Hyland, R. M., Pearce, M. S., Adamson, A. J., & Gateshead Millennium Study Core Team. (January 01, 2011). Parental perceptions of weight status in children: the Gateshead Millennium Study. International Journal of Obesity (2005), 35, 7, 953-62. What were the major research questions and the authors’ hypotheses, as stated in the introduction to the article? The major research questions to the parents were, how they described their child’s weight, whether they are concerned about the national rise in no. of the obesity in children, whether childhood overweight a problem and how can... Article Critique [Pick the...
Article Critique Union Labor Relations
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...Critique: Union Labor Relations al Affiliation) In his article, ‘After the U.S. recovers, will unions?’ David Madland is of the opinion that labor unions are the backbone of the economy. He asserts that labor unions allow workers a chance to profit from economic gains that they contribute in creating. This leads to a situation where the American economy gains an inclusive aspect that is beneficial to all members of the society. He noted that the downfall of the economy affects greatly the rise and stature of labor unions. He is in full support of the Employee free choice Act as it guarantees an increase in the number of employees subscribing to labor unions. The increase...
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...Critique Summary Individuals develop career behavior through social values. Career choice is an iterative process based on the meaning placed by an individual in his/her relationship with others. Narrative career counseling can be understood by foregrounding personal meaning. Exploring the story helps a counselor realize biographical truth and is motivational in effect. Listening and attending skills are fundamental to understanding the clients story. Savickas employs a systematic approach to counseling that follows a narrative exploration pattern. It is a three-staged approach, consisting of beginnings in which the contract is negotiated between the counselor and client, middles... Critique Summary...
Article Critique Union Labor Relations
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...Critique: Union Labor Relations al Affiliation) In his article, ‘After the U.S. recovers, will unions?’ David Madland is of the opinion that labor unions are the backbone of the economy. He asserts that labor unions allow workers a chance to profit from economic gains that they contribute in creating. This leads to a situation where the American economy gains an inclusive aspect that is beneficial to all members of the society. He noted that the downfall of the economy affects greatly the rise and stature of labor unions. He is in full support of the Employee free choice Act as it guarantees an increase in the number of employees subscribing to labor unions. The increase...
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...Critique of Literature Review Analysis and Critique of Literature Review Research Problem The following analysis and critique is regarding the impact of decision making in organizational performance. The article that is being analyzed is titled ‘Strategic Decision Making’ and it is by the author Charles R. Schwenk. The research problem that is under consideration is the evaluation of the factors that affect the strategic decision making in the organizations. The effectiveness of the process of decision making is highly important for the overall performance of an organization therefore it is of utmost importance to evaluate the factors that influence the effectiveness of the process... ? Analysis and...
Article critique: Cars of the future
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...critique: Cars of the future ity Vizard Frank ed the article, ‘Cars of the future,’ which Departures published in October The author’s credentials are however not accessible from the article’s web page, neither does the publisher offers a link to the author’s credentials. Consequently, the credentials cannot be located or verified (Vizard 1). Objectivity The article aims at informing the audience of the trend in the car models. Its scope that offers new information, based on a forecast approach, establishes the informative aim as the reason for article. It identifies a transition in manufacturers design for vehicle models and factors that influences the transition as well as potentials... Article...
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...Critique Public Affiliated Introduction Education is a public good that almost all governments all over the worldhave given priority in their spending policies. However, critiques have not spared noble effort by government, arguing that education as a public good is a bad public good. The question now becomes should the government continue investing in education as an essential ingredient in the development of the society? With governments increasing their investments in education and the emergence of competition through private investments in education, research into the way the government offer quality education is highly needed. Summary of the Article Through review and analysis... Critique Public...
Cross-cultural barriers in marketing Article critique
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...Critique Cross-cultural barriers in marketing exist. Marketing strategies are affected by the skills and strategies used. However, culture is deeply rooted in every individual’s life and has a lot of influence on human behaviors (Rajendran 2014). Cultural differences can cause huge impacts on the outcomes of a business in marketing. From my point of view, it is important to build awareness of the visible and the invisible culture manifestations to help in determining how marketing cross-culturally should be effectively conducted (Leone 2013). In cross-cultural marketing I think the most affected part is communication and business leaders need... Barriers in Marketing Article Critique Cross-cultural...
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...Critique of a Health Psychology Journal Article Changing Health-risk Behaviors Introduction Health psychology is the study of behavioral and psychological process in illness, health and healthcare. The main concern of this psychological science branch is the understanding of how behavioral, cultural and psychological factors affect physical illness and health as well as the biological causes which are understood best by medical science. Psychological factors have been observed to affect health both directly and indirectly through the behavior choices of people which end up protecting or harming health. By taking a look at journal article on health psychology and more specifically... ? By of Learning:...
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...Critique of a Journal Article on Organizational Leadership Critique of a Journal Article on Organizational Leadership of Student] [Name of Instructor] [Course] introduction: Leaders have a major role to play in any organization and they can influence the organizational performance. Leadership style has a major influence on the organizational performance as everyone in the organization follows the leader. Leaders should make sure that the subordinates do not only follow them but take inspiration from them. In this way there are high possibilities that employees of the organization will give maximum output and overall performance of the organization will be enhanced. Owing... to the importance...
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...Critique of the Article Dating and Relationships Introduction The article dating and relationship is a of a survey aimed at establishing how the styles of managing conflicts influences geographically close dating relationships (GCDRs) and long distance dating relationships (LDDRs). It gives insight on previously conducted studies which are seen to have mainly been focused on married relationships other than dating relationships. There are five varied styles of conflict management strategies. These are accommodating, avoiding, competing, compromising and collaborating. This paper is a critique of the article Dating and Relationships, on the relevance of...
Critique One Empirical Article Relating to Adult Education
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...Critique Introduction This essay will provide a critique on the article “The Effects of Listening While Reading and Repeated Reading on the Reading Fluency of Adult Learners” by Winn et al. (2006). The source will be provided, followed by the summary, implications for education, and personal opinions. 1. Source Title of article: The Effects of Listening While Reading and Repeated Reading on the Reading Fluency of Adult Learners. Authors of article: Winn, Skinner, Oliver, Hale, and Ziegler Publication: Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy Date of Publication: 2006 Volume and page numbers: Volume 50, pp. 196-205 2. Summary Winn et al. (2006) wanted... ? -- Atlanta Covington Cohort PSE 6660 – Term 07/T3...
A journal article critique in the family health area
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...critique in the family health area The articles is “Chiropractic Care Boosts Immune System” by Debbie Nicholson, and it elaborates how chiropractic can be necessary for sound operation of the immune system. The author uses observations and literature review methods to investigate the topic. The appropriate methods were used since the author relies on historical research, the one in 1992 by Dr. Ronald Pedro and the one in 2005. The authors approach to the topic makes sense, the immune and nervous system can be dependent on each other, and young children can benefit from chiropractic care since their immune and nervous system can be manipulated at their young ages. The author employed... critique in the...
An Article Critique of Leaders in Social Networks
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...CRITIQUE LEADERS IN SOCIAL MEDIA OF Social media have been around for the last decade and have changed the way people relate and communicate. Understanding that social media has really effective, to leaders who use social media to their followers in a day to day perspective..Communication is an important aspect for any public figure in the world. There is also the need of for the leaders to identify how they can gain more followers so as to further their agenda. This should be analyzed in a proper manner so as to ensure that it does not fail on anyone in the final event. The issue with this kind of social media is, whereby people rank the links of the most clicks website this helps... ARTICLE...
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...The of the article describes Nike Corporation as a corporate tyrant that should be boycotted due to their past history of creating sweetshops in developing nations where people work 10 to 12 hours daily for a measly pay. A basic metric he exposes is that Nike charges its US and international clientele 100 times more than what it pays a worker in these developing nations for producing one. In his view such a company deserves no respect and his international events such as the G8 meeting people should protest against these types of unethical corporate giants. A person reading the author’s view that has no knowledge whatsoever of what Nike is all about mind get the erroneous idea that Nike... of the...
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... VALUE Highly successful businesses are those which can be able to create and sustain productive client bases. Creative a customer base means that different strategies be employed be marketers in a business organization. A productive relationship between customers and sellers should be able to yield customer loyalty to the business. Where a business has a vibrant marketing department, customers are able to identify and own the business brand thereby contributing to its growth and expansion. Customers who are treated with respect by marketers make them have positive comments about the business to other customers. This discussion explains the dynamics of relationship marketing... VALUE Highly successful...
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...Running head: REVIEW OF EVIDENCE IN EXCLUSION Social Exclusion’s Physiological Effects: A Review of the Recent Evidence Affiliation Abstract Social psychologists Zhong and Leonardelli discovered in two experiments a physiological effect of social exclusion, which was previously thought to be tied only to mental states. This evidence shows a link between anxious emotional states and perceptions of the environment. However, the experimental design does contain limitations that diminish some of the external validity of their study’s results. Social Exclusion’s Physiological Effects: A Review of the Recent Evidence In two experiments, Zhong and Leonardelli (2008) discovered that participants... head: REVIEW ...
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... Section/# Article Review and Literature Inclusion Case One of the articles that will be included in my own researchas a reference is that of Ernst, Pharm, and Mosers’ 2009 piece entitled “Use of Diuretics in Patients with Hypertension”. The underlying reason for this particular piece of research being included has to do with the fact that the article itself provides a very thorough review of the historical means by which thiazide drugs came to be used for the treatment of hypertension. In tandem with this historical review, the article is also extraordinarily insightful with respect to the way in which thiazide drugs have come to be used in tandem with other pharmacological substances... Section/#...
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...Critical Evaluation of “A Fly in the Buttermilk s of Life by Successful Black Undergraduate Introduction In their article, ““A Fly in the Buttermilk”: Descriptions of University Life by Successful Black Undergraduate Students at a Predominately White Southeastern University” Davis et al explores deep into the self-realization -from the student’s perspective- of a non-white minority student about his or her position among the white majority. The title of their study explicitly asserts the concerns of the Successful Black Undergraduate Students with their University Life among white majority. In addition, they dealt with the theme explicitly and effectively in the beginning of the study... Evaluation of...
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...? Coping skills in diabetes affiliation Coping skills in diabetes Coping skills for parents of children with type diabetes The above research problem has been cited as the most done research in terms of medication provision among diabetic patients. Parents with diabetic children are very instrumental in ensuring their children have proper medication. The influence of parents to these children is a significant part in their provision of medication. According to the NIH Public Access (2011) parents with children with T1D have been assigned the role of home nurses. This scenario is more rampant for parents with children below the age 8. At this age a child does not have the psychological... Coping skills...
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...? Article review of the of the Introduction Physical health is one of the most important aspects of human life. Healthy body not only ensures physical health but also ensures mental and emotional health. Hence, maintaining physical health is an important goal of human beings. However, to maintain good health, what is important is to eat food that is full of nutritious value. This is because all the components of human body, its activities and its defense system against the diseases, is built with the help of nutrients that it gets from the food that is eaten (Whitney & Rolfes, 2011, p.2). The food choices that people make decide how successfully the body handles all its functions... Article review of...
Article Critique on "Worksite Health Promotion: A Practical Strategy For Obesity Prevention"
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...Critique The article supports a best practice approach to the general health education. I would say that it reflects the above mentioned based on its documented. The author not only provides the challenge, she takes an extra step of providing statistical data. The worksite wellness program is reviewed by the author who further provides lessons learnt from the same. An implementation plan is also documented in the article which educates a reader by providing insights on how one can successfully implement the program. In general, the article is well written and is informative to a reader. A reader would observe that the article employs the best practice approach to...
Article Critique - Advancement and Equity for Women in the Business World
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...Critique Women in Business Identification of the Article Advancement and Equity for Women in the business World is a great article that highlights important issues relating to leadership issues in work places. Donna Evans set things right by explaining these discriminations creatively through this article. The article is among several other articles that are published online by Wiley periodicals Inc (Evans, 2011). It is done through online library services. It is a publication of the national civic League reviewed in the year 2011 during the summer season. Issues in the article The article highlights several issues relating... Advancement and Equity for Women in Business World Insert Task Article...
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