Article Analysis Creative Arts

Article Analysis 3: Creative Arts

Remember: This essay needs to be written in formal academic style using APA, MLA, or Turabian guidelines. Do not simply create a list of answers; you need to craft a strong, argumentative essay with an introduction, clear topic sentences, developed paragraphs, transitions, clear organization, and a working thesis statement (among other expectations of academic style) to control the entire piece. The essay must contain 1200-1400 words. When you cite from our textbook and your selected source(s), you must cite according to current APA, MLA, or Turabian guidelines.

Submit your assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 7.

Choose one article from Blackboard, read and answer the following questions:

Research, Overview, Design, and Conclusion (20 points)

  • What was the purpose of the article?
  • Was there a review of existing work? If so, explain.
  • Please identify the specific arts based research method discussed by Hark (2017) that was used in this study.
  • What is/are the conclusion(s) of the article?
  • Were limitations to the design identified? If so, explain them.
  • Do the author(s) make suggestions for future research/work? If so, identify.
  • In 150–200 words write an original summary (i.e., an abstract) of the article.
  • Name three ways this article differs from each the Humanities article AND the Sciences article.
  • Propose an alternative arts-based research method discussed by Hark (2017) for your chosen article. In what other arts-based method could this article have been constructed and realized as a research project?
  • How would you propose adapting this article’s creative arts research method to either a humanities research design OR sciences research design?

Limitations and Future Research (15 points)

Original Summary (20 points)

Methodological Differences and Alternative Designs (135 points)

Reminder: Do NOT create a simple list of answers; balance your answers by creating paragraphs that address similar areas as you work through these answers. Again: a bullet list of answers is not enough. Be sure to write this in formal, academic prose, and be sure to support your answers by using source material—through correct formatting—from your article(s) and textbook.

Submit your assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 7.

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