Rticle Critique Advancement and Equity for Women in the Business World

Part 1: Identification of the article. Provide the reader with enough information about your article so he/she will be able to locate the article. Include the name of the article, the journal in which it was published, when it was published, the author(s), etc.

o Part 2: Summary of the article. In your own words, list the main points that the author has tried to establish, i.e., 1, 2, 3, or first, second, third. There normally will be 3 to 5 main points.

o Part 3: Your critique of the article. You are to provide your reaction (insightful, critical, and logical) to the points that the author tried to make, or an overall critique of the entire article. A simple statement of agreement or disagreement is not sufficient. While you may make such a statement by way of introduction to your reaction, you must clearly and logically state the reasons for the position you have taken.