Correctly Identify Explicit and Implicit Assumptions Made

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Explain how generalisable the conclusions are

 

SKU: Repo243409

Marking guide for critiquing a published article 

 1) Correctly identify explicit and implicit assumptions made.

Correct assumption identified 

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Unable to identify any assumptions made                                            Ability to identify all assumptions made

Assumptions identified are incorrect                                                      All assumptions identified are correct

 

2) Ability to identify evidence presented for assertions/assumptions made by the author/s. 

Complete and clear identification of evidence presented by author/s –

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No identification of evidence presented.

Partial or unclear identification

Complete and clear identification of evidence

 3) Ability to challenge the assumptions made. 

Adequate challenge for each assumption identified. Challenges must be supported by literature review or research –

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No challenge on assumptions made

Inadequate challenge on assumptions made

Adequate challenge on assumptions made

 

4) Ability to explain if the reasoning made by the author/s for each assumption is sound and logical. 

Adequate explanation for each assumption identified. Explanation must be supported by literature review – 

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Unable to explain any reasoning

Partial explanation of reasoning

Comprehensive explanation of reasoning

 

5) Explanation of whose interests and what interests are served by the assertions made by author. 

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No explanation of interests served by assertions made Comprehensive explanation of interest served                                                                                                                                 by assertions made

Explanation of incorrect assertions made                              Explanation of correct assertions made

 

6) Explain the implications of the conclusion. 

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No explanation of implications of conclusion

Partial explanation of implications of conclusion

Comprehensive explanation of implications of conclusions

 

7) Explain if alternative conclusions can be drawn from the evidence.

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No explanation given

Partial explanations given

Comprehensive explanations given

 

8) Explain how generalisable the conclusions are.

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No explanation given

Partial explanations given

Comprehensive explanations given

 

9) Complete and correct APA referencing. 

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