The wide paradigms have been a compendious approach that literature can be reliable as the sources, which evidences stipulate qualitative aspects, are well explicated through interpersonal interviews, and these exemplifications depict direct relevance to the case.
The article’s weaknesses come in three aspects: ambiguity, disorganization, and inconsistency. The article seems to embrace confusion since its paradigms come into distinct parts of the content that should somehow appear with bullets or headings. It can be directed to describe it as disorganized because of its arrangement of information. The inconsistency of information among its paradigms depicts disparity owing to some of it have given significant emphasis while others have not.
The article implicates a dearth of quantitative data that might have been very useful to fathom on how these rape survivors react into certain situations accompanied by the courtroom and their antecedent aspects before the stand. Clearly stated, future research should include a more succinct type of interviewees so that the qualitative information being gathered from them can be a great help to provide a thorough analysis regarding their