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Writing critically about the literature: Part two - Shared screen with speaker view
Nicole Phelan
13:09
Welcome to tonight's webinar Writing Critically about the literature part 2
Nicole Phelan
13:20
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Nicole Phelan
13:42
if you have any questions for Casily please use the Q&A box on your screens
Nicole Phelan
14:53
https://www.digitalhealthcrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/CriticalReadingHandout.pdf
Nicole Phelan
15:05
Here is the handout :)
Jayotsna Kalra
23:04
Am I right in thinking that critical writing has to be persuasive?
Farshid Anvari
23:12
How this relate to Anderson knowledge types
Isabella Sheman
23:28
can we go through the difference between critical and persuasive ?
Tanapond Swanpitak
24:45
If there are more than one views/claims (but not include our own view), can this be critical writing?
Tanapond Swanpitak
25:05
Thanks
Cristina Thompson
32:24
person-centred
Andilip Afroze
33:11
Significant coefficient
Kam Cheong Wong
33:15
medicine. patient-empowerment
Clara Rivera
33:19
engagement and motivation in the field of education; interaction (between teacher and student) as opposed to interaction between technology and technology-user
Amanda Daluwatta
33:44
evidence-based practice - discipline clinical psychology
Dina Shata
33:48
Uraban: Wakable, Livable
Kam Cheong Wong
34:45
engineering: fluid. medicine: fluid
Robin Ladwig
34:58
Where can I find the value laden language from another discipline that I am working in interdisciplinary? Ask supervisors? Readings?
Robin Ladwig
36:33
Thanks
Andilip Afroze
36:43
Economics: Labour, outcome, model
Zhao Koh
41:06
If a writing is using a first person voice, do we need to use the modality in conjuction with “I think/we think”?
Clara Rivera
42:04
I understand modality as a continuum from low too high. The use of tentative language is somewhere in the middle.
Jayotsna Kalra
42:52
Will it be ok to say that in our persuasive comments we point out the gaps with proof and in critical part we justify how we have filled those gaps? Even if partially.
Fungai Machirori
43:11
That is an interesting point about humility within the discipline. Can that not also be a sort of self censoring? And at what point in one’s career can you start shifting and making more authoritative claims without trying to be persuasive?
Kathleen (Kate) Jurgens
49:06
an example: ‘therefore our review suggest that … is important’
Cathy Malla
49:26
So are you saying that it's better to do the latter (move the risky part away from the verb?)
Jayotsna Kalra
50:09
Makes sense. Thanks.
Chris McCutcheon
53:43
It really depends on your purpose as well I guess. I published something quite 'controversial' recently, just because I wanted to push the boundaries and see if I could poke the bear a bit and get a response.
Chris McCutcheon
58:37
Autoethnography perhaps?
Chris McCutcheon
59:31
In philosophy (of computing) I'm writing in the first person
Nicole Phelan
01:01:19
https://www.digitalhealthcrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/CriticalReadingHandout.pdf
Abdullah Bin Sawad
01:02:03
A few authors
Kam Cheong Wong
01:02:08
their focus was much narrower than the study reported here.
Andilip Afroze
01:02:25
supported by
Rebecca Chen
01:02:27
Negative: “there was little interaction between these two research streams.”
Chris McCutcheon
01:02:56
urge more attention
Zhao Koh
01:03:10
“a more quantitative approach”
Dina Shata
01:04:14
D: supported, reanalyzed, qualitative, valued, supports
Andilip Afroze
01:05:35
would be difficult
Zhao Koh
01:05:40
“appear to”
Abdullah Bin Sawad
01:05:41
attempted
Lijun Summerhayes
01:05:46
D - “ showing ..
Isabella Sheman
01:06:03
They suggest that while survey
Isabella Sheman
01:06:20
This is of particular importance to the current research,
Peter Weir
01:06:26
exclusively
Rebecca Chen
01:06:47
‘worth looking’
Rowina Belapuna
01:07:00
suggested
Abdullah Bin Sawad
01:07:03
urge more attention
Rowina Belapuna
01:07:15
should be
Rowina Belapuna
01:07:33
would be
Sonia Curll
01:09:22
in fact
Abdullah Bin Sawad
01:09:43
evolutionary theory strongly suggests
Andilip Afroze
01:10:17
common argument against
Nicole Phelan
01:10:26
https://www.digitalhealthcrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/HANDOUTCriticalWriting.pdf
Lijun Summerhayes
01:10:30
“does not necessarily have to be…
Lijun Summerhayes
01:11:03
positive - “strongly suggests…
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:12:03
Text F: the author show negative attitude towards the work of Aubrey de Grey. By presenting the second reference, meaning the author want to argue the first ones.
Jenny Care
01:28:40
Summary: While there has been an historic reliance on positivist, variable-centred approaches in small business research,
Isabella Sheman
01:28:51
yes text e does
Nguyen Huong
01:29:16
While there has been an historic reliance on positivist..urge more attention , They suggest . This is of particular importance to the current research
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:29:48
Text B: yes
Jenny Care
01:30:33
historic
Clara Rivera
01:30:34
Yes, historic reliance.
Lijun Summerhayes
01:30:37
historic reliance
Jenny Care
01:30:52
worser
Jenny Care
01:31:22
can't stand on it's own
Lijun Summerhayes
01:31:29
reliance - negative
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:36:02
will be easier for the reader if it is within a paragraph or at least in one section
Abdullah Bin Sawad
01:36:30
it is not necessary to be in one paragraph
Jenny Care
01:37:47
Supporting diabetes care –The shared care approach
Lijun Summerhayes
01:37:48
chapter of Supporting diabetes care - critical
Nguyen Huong
01:40:02
It's really helpful
Jayotsna Kalra
01:42:35
Thank you so much Cassily.
Joanne Walters
01:42:51
Thanks!
Clara Rivera
01:42:52
Thank you, Cassily.
Andilip Afroze
01:42:53
Thank you
Mandira Mishra
01:42:55
Thank you!
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:43:11
Thank you!
Lijun Summerhayes
01:43:29
Thanks for a wonderful session, Cassily! Very helpful!
Rowina Belapuna
01:43:29
Thank you - this was very helpful
Jenny Care
01:43:42
Great Mel, thanks Cassily. always appreciate your workshops
Clara Rivera
01:43:48
THanks, Mel!