Scholarly Writing Analysis Worksheet
In assigned pairs, select one of the non-discipline-specific journal articles from the required text readings for PHL/700R Day One or Day Two. Critically analyze the article as an example of scholarly writing.
Article Author or Authors: Cunliffe, A.L.
Article Title: ON BECOMING A CRITICALLY REFLEXIVE PRACTITIONER
Part One: Scholarly Writing Conventions
Elements of writingReader’s overall impressionExamples from the text (words, phrases, or passages, including page numbers)What I want to emulate from this example or what I would do differently in my writing Structure
•How is the article organized?
Clearly identifies the problem statement takes through his underlying assumptions: Proposes a structure and provides the pros and cons And conclusions for future workSETTING THE SCENE: DEFINITIONS AND REASONS “What is critically reflexive practice and why is it important to management education”
ASSUMPTIONS UNDERLYING CRITICALLY REFLEXIVE PRACTICE: IMPLICATIONS FOR LEARNING Developing Critically Reflexive Practice
MAP: REFLEX INTERACTION, REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS, CRITICALLY REFLEXIVE QUESTIONING
BECOMING A CRITICALLY REFLEXIVE PRACTITIONER: USING JOURNALS FINAL THOUGHTS
Clearly identifies the problem statement takes through his underlying assumptions: Proposes a structure and conclusions. Very organized with tips and tricks for research. Designed to teach critical reflexive journaling •What are the article’s main components?Good structure: If we accept that management education is not just about helping managers become more effective organizational citizens but also about helping them become critical thinkers and moral practitioners, then critical reflexivity is of particular relevance.
We (as readers) understand exactly where the article is going and the context of his discussion and its ordered...