Assignment 1: Article Review
You will need to complete the following article review Assignment. Access the Library and search for this specific article.
King, A. (2009). Ghost and zombie assets, Strategic Finance, 90(11), 35â€“39.
Prepare a 4-page review of this article.
Required Elements of an Article Review
When writing a critical review of an article, you will need to summarize, evaluate, and comment on the information in the article. Research articles are structured to make information easy to find. The research article usually has the following sections: Abstract, Introduction, Method and Results, Analysis and Discussion, and References. Your goal should be to analyze the arguments, and evaluate the article.
Reading the Article
Identify the research question (usually stated in the Abstract and Introduction) and the hypothesis(es) (usually in the Introduction). Next focus on how the findings were interpreted (in the Discussion)
Ask yourself these questions:
- How does the author(s) support the hypothesis?
- Is the argument / evidence convincing?
- What questions remain unanswered, or could the data be interpreted another way?
Requirements for Writing the Article Summary
The article summary must contain the following information. Remember to include a title page and a reference page in APA format. Also, make sure that headers are included for each section noted below:
- Title Page
- Introduction: Give the title of the article and identify the purpose of the article. Discuss what the research question is and explain why it is interesting.
- Research Methods: Briefly describe the research methods and the results/conclusion. Write an analytical summary of the main findings, arguments, or conclusions of the article/study.
- Strengths and Weaknesses: Discuss the strengths and usefulness of the article/study; the weaknesses, limitations, or problems of the article/study; and finally, what you learned from the article.
- Conclusion: Finish with how the article expanded/changed current perspectives and comment on the future implications of the research.
- Reference page