Oyelere, R., & Oyolola, M. (2012). The role of race and birth place in welfare usage among comparable women: Evidence from the U.S.Review of Black Political Economy, 39(3), 285-297. doi:10.1007/s12114-011-9122-2
Employ the methods detailed in the Learning Commons resource to critique an article. At a minimum, the critique should include the following information:
· Introduction (about two pages) Summarize the article, including discussions surrounding the purpose of the study, the methodology utilized, the results obtained, and the conclusions drawn by the author(s) utilizing questions posed in the reading. Utilize questions posed in the “Analyze the Text” section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section. You must include the full APA citation for the article in your references page.
· Body (about five pages) Determine both the strengths and weaknesses of each section of the paper (i.e., introduction, methods, results, discussion, overview). Use questions posed in the “Evaluate the Text” section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section.
· Conclusion (about three pages) Discuss the significance of the research. Utilize questions posed in the “Establish the Significance of the Research” section of the Learning Commons resource to develop this section.
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Use these resources as well…
Creswell, J. (2014). Research design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
Learning Commons. (2013). Using a scientific journal article to write a critical review. University of Guelph. Retrieved from http://www.lib.uoguelph.ca/get-assistance/writing/specific-types-papers/using-scientific-journal-article-write-