article review sample

article review sample

article review sample

“The Role of God” by George Hammond, published in the opinion magazine Grass Over Grass, is ambitious in that its primary focus is a being…
The article “Roles of Sensitive Men” by Gerald Thompson that appeared in the magazine The Watcher can be said to be an extended argument with gaping…

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Your review must contain the following parts, without copying directly from the article. Any paraphrasing of the article must be cited.

  • State the goal of the paper (not the title)
  • Discuss background of the article, and what is the new contribution in the paper
  • Describe the contribution of the paper (methodology/technique/algorithm)
  • Explain how the authors obtained the results (case study/experiment/survey/literature review)
  • Explain how the authors evaluated the results
  • Highlight the conclusions of the paper
  • Reference of the paper in APA format

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