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Reading Critically at University

by Mike Metcalfe SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2006
ISBN:
9781412901840
Format:
Hbk 184 pages
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Have you ever been asked to critique an article, book, or past project and wondered what exactly was meant by `critique'? This book provides 13 different ways of undertaking a critique. It will help you to confidently use these critique methods to develop your own methods. Each chapter contains sample passages, example critiques and explanations of underlying theory to help you to consolidate your understanding and skills. Reading Critically at University will support undergraduate and postgraduate students across the social sciences, as they master different critique methods. It will also be an excellent resource for all undergraduate study skills modules.

Using Argument to Critique Using System Thinking to Critique Using Pictures to Critique Using Technical, Organizational and Personal Perspectives to Critique Using Concern Solving to Critique Using Observation and Explanation to Critique Using Metaphors to Critique Using Contradictions to Critique Using an Evolutionary Stance to Critique Using Irony, Paradox and Humour to Critique Using Reflective Thinking to Critique Using Questions to Critique Using Multiple Stances to Critique Writing-Up Your Critique

Mike Metcalfe University of South Australia, Adelaide