In the first half of the critique (objective analysis):
•Are the title and abstract representative of the article?.
•Is the purpose of the article clear in the introduction?.
•Is all of the discussion relevant?.
•Have any ideas been over- or underemphasized in your opinion? What revisions would you suggest?.
•Should some sections of the manuscript be elaborated on, condensed, or omitted?.
•Are the author’s statements clear? Challenge ambiguous statements. Suggest by examples how clarity can be achieved, but do not merely substitute your style for the author’s..
•What underlying assumptions does the author have?.
•Does the author or do the authors appear objective in the writing and discussion of the article?.
In the second half of the critique (subjective analysis):
•Why did you select this article to critique? What interested you about it?.
•After reading the article, what did you like and dislike about it?.
•Based on your understanding to date, what is the possible practical applicability of the article?.
APA format and heres the cited reference from article
Vogel, E. A., Rose, J. P., Roberts, L. R., & Eckles, K. (2014). Social comparison, social media, and self-esteem. Psychology Of Popular Media Culture, 3(4), 206-222. doi:10.1037/ppm0000047
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