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Explicator, 66(4), 206-208.
A literary criticism (article) of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
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S., & Eskenazi, B. (2013). Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome, and Obesity
in Relation to Serum Dioxin Concentrations: The Seveso Women's
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Bacon, C. (2013). Supporting children and young people diagnosed with type 2
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multidisciplinary management of type 2 and gestational diabetes in
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An empirical article is a research article that reports the results of a study
that uses data derived from actual observation or experimentation.
Parts of a Empirical or Research Study
Abstract ... A paragraph length description of the study
Introduction...Statement of the hypotheses for the research and a review of other
research (literature review) on the topic.
Method ...A description of how the research was conducted, such as:
◊ Who are participants
◊ Design of the study
◊ What the participants did
◊ What measures were used (statistics and mathematical computations)
Results...The results section describes the outcomes of the measures of the study.
Discussion...The discussion section contains the interpretations and implications
of the study.
References...A references, or bibliography, will contain citation information on the
material cited in the report.