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Article Critique Assignment Instructions

Overview

In the Article Critique Assignments, you will systematically and objectively critique criminal justice-related research articles to understand published research. You will critique the strengths and weaknesses of peer-reviewed journal articles and carefully analyze arguments and points in the article. You will develop the technical writing skill of critiquing while furthering critical thinking application and knowledge of the topics investigated. You will incorporate and apply a Christian worldview perspective to each topic and Article Critique Assignment.

Instructions

· 7 pages excluding the title page, abstract, and reference pages.

· Current APA format.

· Minimum of two (2) peer-reviewed journal articles from Liberty University library. 

· Acceptable sources (peer-reviewed articles published within the last 5-10 years only).

· Include a critique of least two (2) strengths and two (2) weaknesses from each article.

· Include a Christian and Biblical Worldview perspective. 

This Article Critique Assignment requires that you follow a template. Please review and follow the template carefully. Include a running header, title page, abstract (between 120-250 words), proper APA headings/subheadings, and a reference page. Please note that you are asked not to change or omit any of the bold headings that are already in the template. You are only asked to insert your written content into the appropriate sections of the template. 

 
 

Article Critique: Dual-Court System and Roles of Courtroom Workgroup Assignment

Locate two (2) peer-reviewed articles no older than 5-10 years that discuss 2 historical Supreme Court cases and review the video titled: “Dual-Court System and Roles of Courtroom Workgroup” found in the module’s Learn section. This historical case law choice is limited to search and seizure, stop and frisk, searches for evidence, or police interrogation and confessions. Chosen articles do not have to be on the same topic although they may be. Find articles related to case law on the aforementioned topics but do not consider articles merely discussing the case law itself. Provide an in-depth discussion of the findings of each article. With respect to the specific case law you have analyzed, defend constitutional democracy and the issues raised in case law from a Christian and Biblical worldview.