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Article Reviews

Article reviews are purposed for the evaluation and summary of given articles. Tutors assign article review tasks to their students in order that the students may acquaint themselves with the information and works therein. Aside from students doing such reviews, professionals also often partake in such tasks of reviewing the works of fellow experts. For a precise review, the writer should first seek to obtain full comprehension of the key points and ideas presented in the article under consideration. The main elements of any review include an evaluation of the article’s main theme, offering of arguments with regards to the provided evaluation, and analysis of the research implications of the article as well as its review. In the end, the writer does well to present a thorough, unbiased and logical review.

Needless to mention, it is essential that one understands what is entailed in an article review before they embark on such tasks. Article reviews are rarely aimed at general audiences, but rather persons with knowledge concerning the contents of the reviewed articles. In the course of the review, a summary of the article is provided along with the arguments, perspectives and findings contained in the article. The significance that the article carries in the concerned field of knowledge and the effectiveness that it promises in that particular field are equally noted during the review. The intended organization of the review must be decided on before beginning the review work. Before commencing the first read of the article, the writer of the review should decide what organization and format they intend for the review. This process not only assists the review writer to know how to best read through the article at hand, but also critically enhances the review’s richness.

The review writer then begins by considering the title of the article, its abstract page, the introductory remarks, provided headings and sub-headings, the opening sentences of every paragraph, and lastly, the concluding statements. After this process, the writer again reads through the first few paragraphs and the conclusion. This whole procedure will enable the writer of the review to best understand the article with regards to its key points and arguments. After this, the reviewer performs a complete reading of the article. This is called the first reading. This first reading allows the reader to better grasp the arguments and points postulated throughout the article. Second and third readings, which follow this first comprehensive read, are done in order to gain a closer look into the article. These consequent readings are suitably done using any selected marker to highlight the key parts of the article that shall be considered in the review. This highlighting enables the writer to easily trace the article’s main arguments and supporting facts when they are in the process of review.