Identifying the article’s research question(s) or hypotheses and discussing its value, explaining whether and how it flowed from the literature review.
Identifying and discussing the theoretical framework or theoretical substance of the paper leading to the research element.
Use the literature to discuss the limitations of the theory and methodology used.
Does the author acknowledge these limitations?
Does the author draw theoretical conclusions from the research that are justified by the methodology?
How do these limitations affect the significance of the article and the contribution it makes to the discipline, particularly the findings set against the research method?
The underlying research questions of Dunmore’s study are listed below:
What is needed for an effective positive research activity?
What are the high risk prone frameworks that are strictly verified?
What are the methods of analytical modeling?
Should the focus be on measurement instead of testing?
What is the feasibility of current outcomes to discover boundaries of applicability?