Paragons of Lifestyle Article critique help

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Paragons of Lifestyle: gated communities and the politics of space in Bombay by FALZON, M.-A. (2004)

you will use the information from the Article Critique Worksheet  to write a full critique of your article. Put all of the information into your own words (paraphrase). Paraphrasing the information demonstrates that you have read and processed the material in the article.

The critique must be two to three double-spaced pages in length, excluding title page and reference page(s), and include the following sections:

  1. An introduction indicating the purpose of the article and its thesis.
  2. A one- to two-paragraph summary of the research that the article was based on and the methods used to collect the information discussed.
  3. A brief summary of the main points of the article.
  4. An analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the article.
    Questions to consider:
    • Are the research and/or the methods used to collect information appropriate to the topic and/or conclusions?
    • What topics did the author not address that you think would have been useful? Were there any topics that didn’t fit with the point of the paper?
    • What theories does the author draw on to form his/her conclusions?
  5. A summary of your conclusions.
    Questions to consider:
    • How useful is this article?
    • How do you see the article fitting into your research on your city/urban area?

The Article Critique:

  1. Must be two to three pages in length, excluding the title page and reference page(s), formatted in APA style as outlined in theAPA Checklistin the Ashford Writing Center (https://awc.ashford.edu/cd-apa-checklist.html).
  2. Must Include a title page with the following:
      1. Title of Assignment
      2. Student’s name
      3. Course name and number
      4. Instructor’s name
      5. Date submitted
  3. Must begin with an introduction that restates the thesis of the article.
  4. Must address the topic with critical thought
  5. Must end with a conclusion that summarizes your evaluation of the article.
  6. Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in theCitation and Reference Guidein the Ashford Writing Center (https://awc.ashford.edu/cd-citation-and-reference-guide.html).

you will use the information from the 
Article Critique Worksheet in Week One to write a full critique of your article. Put all of the information into your own words (paraphrase). Paraphrasing the information demonstrates that you have read and processed the material in the article.

The critique must be two to three double-spaced pages in length, excluding title page and reference page(s), and include the following sections:

  1. An introduction indicating the purpose of the article and its thesis.
  2. A one- to two-paragraph summary of the research that the article was based on and the methods used to collect the information discussed.
  3. A brief summary of the main points of the article.
  4. An analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the article.
    Questions to consider:
    • Are the research and/or the methods used to collect information appropriate to the topic and/or conclusions?
    • What topics did the author not address that you think would have been useful? Were there any topics that didn’t fit with the point of the paper?
    • What theories does the author draw on to form his/her conclusions?
  5. A summary of your conclusions.
    Questions to consider:
    • How useful is this article?
    • How do you see the article fitting into your research on your city/urban area?
      • Make sure to look over the Week Three and Week Five assignment instructions to contextualize your conclusions.

The Article Critique:

  1. Must be two to three pages in length, excluding the title page and reference page(s), formatted in APA style as outlined in theAPA Checklistin the Ashford Writing Center (https://awc.ashford.edu/cd-apa-checklist.html).
  2. Must Include a title page with the following:
      1. Title of Assignment
      2. Student’s name
      3. Course name and number
      4. Instructor’s name
      5. Date submitted
  3. Must begin with an introduction that restates the thesis of the article.
  4. Must address the topic with critical thought
  5. Must end with a conclusion that summarizes your evaluation of the article.
  6. Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in theCitation and Reference Guide