Tag: Critical thinking

Academics Critique Analysis in PR Field

In 1999, the wide acceptance of the four models was challenged by Hutton. He argued that the theoretical requirements were not effectively met by these models and they also failed the test of empirical confirmation. Following this, the normative fourth model of two-way symmetry was challenged by Holtzhausen in 2000. Criticisms were also forwarded by Read more

Why Proper Editing and Proofreading of Academic Papers is Fundamental?

As I sit sipping my tea away, I can’t help but go through one of the project essays I wrote back during my college years for my Human Resources Management study on Time Management and Organizational Productivity.  I can now see how erroneous it was. This is not how it all begun. Firstly, I had determined to do the whole work by myself. The project lecturer closely monitored my writing process and was very pleased with my great ideas, theme work and authority in writing. I was done with my draft in good time in fact; I was the first student in my class to have been given the go-ahead to proceed with typing. (more…)

Critical Thinking Papers

An active mind is needed for writing a quality critical thinking paper

When you have to write a critical thinking paper, you need to work with a very typical approach. Most students adopt a very aggressive approach when they are writing the chapters. For a critical thinking task, you have to read the information that has been written by someone else. To analyze already written content, you need to be smart enough to understand the information which has been written by someone else. Once you know exactly what the author is trying to explain, you would be able to gauge the positive and negative points of the written content. There is a difference between critical evaluation and criticism. Most students highlight unnecessary negative angles in the written content. This is not the correct approach. You need to evaluate the written content with a critical approach. In other words, you have to mention the positive points along with the negative ones. (more…)