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Introduction A critique, contrary to popular belief, is supposed to highlight some of the assumptions, weaknesses and strengths of some research conduct. This is as opposed to pointing out only what is wrong with a particular piece of work. This is such that, within the critique, the credibility of authors is discussed, alongside some of the research practices they undertook.
The work under study discussed the plight of nursing students that live with dyslexia. As one of the preliminary signs of believability of the report (Ryan, Coughlan & Cronin, 2007), it is well laid out, avoiding any unnecessary jargon, applying the use of good grammar and hence very believable to the reader. The title of the work is fully reflective of the content of the report, it displays an element of conciseness, clarity and accuracy, given the content of the paper. The author of this report is credible, which is another requirement for believability (Gomm, 2004). Caroline Ridley is an expert in her field, given that she is a Senior Lecturer on adult nursing at the School of Health, Psychology and Social Care, at the Manchester Metropolitan University. The abstract of the paper accurately outlines the key components of the report, bringing out the aim of the study, the methodology used, the findings of the study and finally the conclusion of the study. Such are the components of a good abstract (Ellis, 2013). ...
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