• Journal article research critique
    Journal Article Research Critique by C. O’Neal MBA 532 UA – Quantitative Business Analysis Instructor:Dr. Ed Ohlson Cheryl O’Neal 3/8/2008 Journal Article Research Critique by C. O’Neal Introduction Cancer patient
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    Ritesh Sukhani GB 598 Quantitative Journal Article Critique
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    Legal/Social Issue: Why it is a contemporary social concern As of 2004, there were six times more inmates and ex-inmates in the Unites States than there were in the mid 1970’s. This brought the actual count in 2004 to approximately 16 million felons and ex-felons. This is a social problem becaus
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    Two articles were selected from the academic journal for the research topic, “Women in leadership role in for-profit university.” The purpose of these two articles is to help with the research proposal. The first article is from ProQuest: “Women, Water, + Leadership Are We Making Progress?”
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    Journal Article Critique I chose to read the article, “Osteoporosis in multiple sclerosis” written by Andrew P Hearn and Eli Silber. It is an understanding about osteoporosis and the connection it might have with multiple sclerosis (MS) compared to patients that do not have multiple sclerosi
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    Journal article Using an academic search engine (Staffordshire university website), a link was found to www.sro.org, which contained many psychology journals on the topic of sleep and dreaming. Many journal articles were found, though the selected journal was ‘Slow wave & REM sleep mentation' (
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  • Quantitative research anslysis
    Analysis of a Quantitative Research Report This paper analyzes a quantitative research report selected because it focuses on enhancing patient education by attention to patient perceptions of the nurse educator. “Quantitative research is the formal, objective, systematic process used to describe
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    Radiography (2005) 11, 55e59 REVIEW ARTICLE Critiquing a research article Gill Marshall) Division of Medical Imaging Sciences, St. Martin’s College, Lancaster LA1 3JD, UK Accepted 16 September 2004 Available online 1 December 2004 KEYWORDS Critical reading; Peer review; Literature; Jo
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    Introduction This assignment critiques the article “The limited reliability of the Ramsay scale” by Olson.D, Lynn.M, Thoyre.S.M, and Graffagnino C., that had been published in neuro critical care journal,volume 7, no. 3, in 2007. Title According to Nieswadomy (1998, p.339), title should c
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    Contents Section 1: Principles of Evidence Eased Practice Essay, 3 Section 2: Research Critiques, 9 References: 16 Section 1: Principles of Evidence Eased Practice Essay The word research in Macmillan English Dictionary is explained as “the detailed study
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  • Research critique in midwifery
    A constructive critique of the research into women’s experiences of becoming a mother after prolonged labour. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (2008) state in their code of conduct state that nursing and midwifery care must be evidence or best practise based. Therefore it is essential that stude
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  • Qualitative and quantitative research approaches
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Abstract Sports fandom consists of cognitive and affective, as well as behavioural components. Existing sports fan research utilises either strong qualitative, or more often, strong quantitative methodologies. The s
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  • Journal article: the abused child as parent
    Journal Article: The Abused Child as Parent The Abused Child as Parent Perception of Self and Other Rita Baker 1. The Abused Child as Parent: Perception of Self and Other. By: Herzog, Elaine P.; Gara, Michael A.; Rosenberg, Seymour. Infant Mental Health Journal, Spring92, Vol. 13 Issue
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  • Journal article review
    Whitfield, V.& Moore, J (2007). Making it Happen: Sustaining a Commitment for Reading. The Reading Teacher, Volume 61 (Number 3), 272-274. Making it Happen: Sustaining a Commitment for Reading Success is a journal article about promoting different ways for teachers to be successful in
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  • Nursing research critique
    RESEARCH CRITIQUE Research Critique of Adherence to Walking or Stretching, and Risk of Preeclampsia in Sedentary Pregnant Women Ana H. Corona Western University of Health Sciences CGN 5306: Biostatistics and Epidemiology August 1, 2009 Research Critique of “Adherence to Walking or Stret
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  • Role of relationship norms in processing brand information journal article review
    The journal article, Role of Relationship Norms in Processing Brand Information by Pankaj Aggarwal and Sharmistha Law, two types of relationships are examined. The first is the communal relationship, “in which concern for a partner’s need is paramount” (Aggarwal & Law, 2005) and the exchange r
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  • Fundamentals of quantitative research
    Quantitative tools gather numerical and statistical data using experiments, measurements, fixed-response questionnaires, test scoring, et cetera. The approach is underpinned by 'scientific' world views of cause and effect, belief in the objectivity of the researcher and the search for truth. Quantit
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  • The livedqualitative research : critique . experience of having a chronic wound
    Running head: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH CRITIQUE         Qualitative Research Critique The Lived Experience of Having a Chronic Wound:  A Phenomenologic Study Katelyn Adams Nursing Theory and Research 390 October 12, 2006                         Running head: QUA
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  • Qualitative and quantitative research
    INTRODUCTION Qualitative enquiry cultivates the most useful of the human capacities: the capacity to learn! – Halcom’s laws of enquiry. According to Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK ‘ Market Research can be defined as the objective gathering, recording and analysing of all facts about
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  • Journal article - adult education theory
    Journal Article A Paper in Partial Fulfillment of ED 7311 Theory and Methods of Educating Adults September 17, 2010 Introduction As companies continue to try to come up with a plan for remaining profitable, some are overlooking one of their best opportunities due to their sh
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