writing two pages of an article i will give it to you.

timer Asked: Sep 27th, 2015

Question description

You are to write two pages of a review paper. You should write it with no grammar issues, meaningful words, and you have to follow every word in the instruction. 

I will not pay more than 7 dollars, please. 

Please, if you are not good in writing don't give me a bid because a lot of tutors here are not good enough to write even one page. Sorry for that, but I am not going to waste time with one is not good enough.

Once you make a bid, I will send you the article.

Here is the instruction:

Article Review: Each class member is responsible for reading and reviewing one article from a scholarly journal.  Your reviews will be 2 pages in length.  All reviews must be carefully written, adhere to a professional writing style, and typed (double-spaced) in 10 or 12 pitch font, with 1-1.5" margins. Any review that includes more than 3 lines of direct quotation (of ANY length -- i.e., whether 3 separate quotes or one long one) will receive a 10 point deduction from its earned grade. You are to review a peer-reviewed research article using following the posted guidelines.


Article reviews must follow all specifications provided on the course syllabus. In preparing this work, you will also need to respond to each of the following: CitationEach review must include the citation for the article (or chapter) that you are discussing. Be sure to give the complete citation, especially if you are using something from an edited compilation. If you are unsure of what constitutes an appropriate (and complete) citation, consult a manual of style. Manuals of style prepared by Turabian or the American Psychological Association are both excellent sources, and are readily available in the library and the bookstore.


Tell the reader exactly what the article is about. What was the reason for the article? If a research work, how did the author go about conducting the study? Who were the subjects? What kinds of analysis wee conducted? What were the author’s findings and conclusions? Professional Critique  From the perspective of a professional in the field of health science, how do you respond to the article? For example, is it clearly written? Would its intended audience understand the content (remember that the average consumer may NOT be the intended reader)? How might the work have been improved? Did the author support his conclusions with appropriate evidence? Were any biases apparent in the author’s work and/or conclusions? Do not hedge when preparing your professional critique. Take a stand.

 Personal Response 

Even if you select an article that, from your professional point of view is horrible, it may generate a favorable personal response. Alternatively, you may have similar personal and professional responses to a written work. Tell me about those personal responses. Only in this section may you introduce any subjectivity. Was the article interesting to you? Do you think it covered an important topic? How might it have been improved to make for better reading? better research? Did the author tackle a major problem in an appropriate manner? Questions as these are all fair game for your personal response. 3Qs  Create three questions that you can ask someone to establish his grasp of the content. Do not provide answers to these questions. All reviews must be written in professional prose. That means you cannot use contractions, nor can you use the ‘first person’ in your writing. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation must be consistent with professional standards. Lastly, remember that only professional sources are eligible for use as an article review. Publications such as ‘Sports Illustrated,’ ‘Seventeen,’ ‘Newsweek,’ ‘Life’ or any other popular magazine (that you can buy at the super market) are NOT acceptable. Newspapers and the INTERNET are also inappropriate sources for this assignment.  

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