This a team assignment all portions that are in bold needs to be done. Word count is 600-700 total. I have included the link of the article. I have also included the portions that have been completed.
Journal Article Critique Paper
Read the following articles, available on your student website:
“A Nurse’s Guide to the Critical Reading of Research “
“Step-by-Step Guide to Critiquing Research, Part 1: Quantitative Research”
Select a peer-reviewed journal article about a quantitative research study related to human services management that is also related to the Research Proposal topic selected by your Learning Team. Make sure the article includes information on statistics.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400- word paper critiquing your chosen journal article.
Include the following information in your summary and critique of the journal article:
A brief summary of what the research is about – Michelle
Evaluate the Introduction/Literature Review. -Michelle
o Comment on the statement of the research problem, question or hypothesis; organization, flow and content of the literature review; and rationale or importance of the study
Evaluation on the Methodology: – Cynthia
Comment on the sample size, sampling method, measures/data collection instrument and method used
Evaluation of the Research Design: – Brian
Is the design appropriate to address the research question?
Were the independent variable(s) and dependent variable(s) clearly identified?
Identify the independent variable(s) and dependent variable(s).
Evaluation of Descriptive Statistics: – Kerry
Identify and discuss the descriptive statistics used to describe the data.
Do you think the methods used to describe the data are appropriate and sufficient? Provide reasons for your response?
Evaluation of Discussion/Conclusion: Michelle
Are there any limitations identified in the article? If so, discuss how they were addressed.
Are the any ethical issues identified in the article? If so, discuss how they were addressed.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines; including a title page and a reference page (No abstract is necessary).