please see the attached and follow the Guidelines.
Please use simple language
Must be free plagiarism.
Research Article Critiques
Your research article critique should be approximately 500-750 words, single-spaced, and should: (1) come from a peer-reviewed journal, (2) be clearly connected to a media-related theory, and (3) be empirical (data collected in the real world). The journal article should have been published within the past 3 years.
First, put the articles citation at the top of your Research Critique in APA style. For example
Peter, J., Valkenburg, P. M., & Schouten, A. P. (2005). Developing a model of adolescent friendship formation on the Internet. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 8(5), 423-430.?
Briefly summarize what the article is about and clearly state the theory addressed in the research (approximately 150 words).
Describe the most important results/assertions from the article (appox. 150 words).
Provide an analysis of the articles strengths (contributions) and/or shortcomings (e.g., did the research contribute to our understanding of the topic at hand; what could have been done to improve the article?, etc.) Did it make a contribution to existing theory (why or why not)? Perhaps, suggest next steps in this line of research or different approaches that might be used to better address the topic (300-400 wordsNOTE: more than 50% of your critique should consist of the analysis of the article you choose. Please focus on the topic of the article and how can the topic be improved and extended. THIS ARTICLE MUST BE A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE TOPIC OF THE ARTICLE. CRITIZISE THE TOPIC AND HOW CAN WE ADD TO THE TOPIC.
After skipping a couple of lines at the end, put the great question you will/would pose to the class based on the research study you analyzed (regardless of whether you are presenting your article that week).