San Jose State University Bournemouth University Cyber Security Research Group Essay

User Generated



San Jose State University



The introduction must 1) thoroughly introduce the article you will be analyzing. You should include the following in the introduction: journal article title, publication date, journal title, type of journal and its intended audience, author names and their background/credentials, purpose and thesis of the journal article, and your own thesis/roadmap of your analysis paper. The bios of the authors need to be very concise. If there are more than two authors, be a bit specific about the first author and summarize about the other authors. 2) you must correctly utilize APA style to introduce the article (pay attention to formatting for the article title and journal title). There are examples in pp.17-20 of the study guide.

Readability analysis TEA paragraphs

We will continue our work on Formal Paper # 2 today by crafting one discussion paragraph in the readability section by each student. Choose one aspect of writing that you characterized/described in your worksheets (such as organization, use of language and terminology, use of visual materials, appearance and formatting design, etc.) for your readability analysis. Each TEA paragraph should focus on ONE aspect of writing.

When you write your TEA for the scientific methodology analysis section, you will focus on "testable questions" and "empiricism" listed on p. 12 in study guide. These terms come from your textbook, so you should take a few minutes to look them up (the textbook page number is referenced in the study guide). Go to p. 12 of the Study Guide and read #3 "What is Pseudoscience?" in the red rectangle "Lessons for RA" a the bottom of the page. Review the video on the definition of science and the chart that compares the science method and the engineering design method in activity 4 in the list of activities in "Learning Guide Unit 2." Now, review your annotation worksheets from both group members and use the worksheets as a a resource for today's assignment. Finish the scientific methodology analysis section of your formal paper #2 by completing the following three TEA paragraphs:

Testable Questions/hypothesis analysis: Analyze the hypothesis or design idea of the article by answering the following questions in a TEA paragraph: 1. What is the hypothesis of the article? If it is an engineer design, what is the design idea and its purpose? 2. How is this a testable question? 3. How does the testability of the hypothesis or design idea contribute the scientific validity of the article?

Empiricism analysis: analyze the empiricism of the article by answering the following questions in a TEA paragraph: 1. What is the methodology to test the hypothesis? If it is engineer design, what is the testing methodology to test the design? 2. Describe the testing process. 3. What are the testing results and conclusion based on the results? 3. How does this testing process contribute to the validity of the article?

Overall assessment of the methodology: Is this methodology scientific? Or is it pseudoscience? Define the concepts of science and pseudoscience, and explain why. Evaluate and discuss the success of the methodology used in the article as a scientific methodology.

User generated content is uploaded by users for the purposes of learning and should be used following Studypool's honor code & terms of service.

Explanation & Answer

Hey, I added the paragraphs as agreed earlier and amended a few points you initially added them. Added the citation as well.Just remember to update the cover page info. Please check and let me know if you require further help, I will be around so I help you as needed 😊

[Document subtitle]
Student Name:
Student ID:
Section Number:


To: Professor Lin Zou
From: Junyu Mu
Subject: Exploring the gap between the student expectations and the reality of teamwork in
undergraduate software engineering group projects
Date: March 3, 2021

The purpose of this memorandum is to analyze a recent, peer-reviewed journal article for
readability and scientific reasoning.
Authors Claudia Lacob and Shamal Faily report the student expectations gap of teamwork in
group projects in the article “Exploring the gap between the student expectations and the
reality of teamwork in undergraduate software engineering group projects” which was
published in 2019. Author Lacob holds a lecturer in the school of computing at the University
of Portsmouth. Author Faily holds a principal lecturer in systems security engineering and
coordinator of the Bournemouth University Cyber Security Research group (BUSCR). Two
of the authors previously held rich teaching and researching experience. The article targets
audiences who have experience and understanding of software engineering processing or who
are interested in the engineering field. This paper will anal...

Goes above and beyond expectations!


Related Tags