Provide a brief and concise summary of the research issue and the main findings from the article you selected. Cite the article using APA format, and provide the full citation at the end of the paper in a reference section.
There are many criteria you should look for when critiquing a peer-reviewed article. Research design, validity, and reliability are just a few of the criteria. In this Assignment, you critique a peer-reviewed article. To prepare for this assignment, review this weeks Learning Resources and refer to the Weekly Notes for a complete list of criteria you should look for when critiquing the peer-reviewed article (below).
ARTICLE: Kyung-Hee, C., Chong-suk, H., Paul, J., & Ayala, G. (2011). Strategies for managing racism and homophobia among U.S. ethnic and racial minority men who have sex with men. AIDS Education & Prevention, 23(2), 145158. Retrieved from http://linksource.ebsco.com.ezproxy.liv.ac.uk/linking.aspx?title=AIDS+Education+and+Prevention&volume=23&issue=2&spage=145&date=2011
¢ Write a 5-page critique of the article (not including the reference page) addressing the following:
o Introduction: Provide a brief and concise summary of the research issue and the main findings from the article you selected. Cite the article using APA format, and provide the full citation at the end of the paper in a reference section.
o Critique of the literature review
o Critique of the methods/research design
o Critique of the discussion
o Overall evaluation
¢ 1). Support the Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation (including URL where applicable).
¢ 2). All sources must be scholarly.
¢ 3). All In-text citation and references must be in the APA for format.
¢ Module Introduction (located in the Module Information area)
¢ Core Text: Creswell, J. W. (2013). Qualitative inquiry & research design: Choosing among five approaches (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
o Chapter 1, Introduction
¢ Book Excerpt: Creswell, J. W. (2009). Research design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Creswell, J.W., Research design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches. Copyright 2009 Sage Publications Inc. Books. Used with permission from Sage Publications via the Copyright Clearance Center.
o Chapter 1, The Selection of a Research Design
o Chapter 4, Writing Strategies and Ethical Considerations, (pp. 8788)
¢ Article: Hooper, C. (2011). Qualitative in context. Journal of Advertising Research, 51, 163166.
Hooper, C., Qualitative in context, in Journal of Advertising Research. Copyright 2011 World Advertising Research Center Ltd. Used with permission from Advertising Research Foundation, Inc. via the Copyright Clearance Center.
¢ Article: Houghton, C. E., Casey, D., Shaw, D., & Murphy, K. (2010). Ethical challenges in qualitative research: Examples from practice. Nurse Researcher, 18(1), 1525.
Hegney, D. & Wai, T., Ethical challenges in the conduct of qualitative research, in Nurse Researcher. Copyright 2010 R C N Publishing Company. Used with permission from R C N Publishing Co. via the Copyright Clearance Center.
¢ Article: McKeown, J., Clarke, A., Ingleton, C., & Repper, J. (2010). Actively involving people with dementia in qualitative research. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19(13/14), 19351943.
McKeown, J, Clarke, A, Ingleton, C & Repper, J., Actively involving people with dementia in qualitative research, in Journal of Clinical Nursing. Used with permission from Blackwell Publishing Journals. Used with permission from Blackwell Publishing Ltd. via the Copyright Clearance Center.