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Introduction
(one paragraph) 
Start your review by refe
ing to the title and author of the article, the title of the journal the article was published in, and the year of publication (in sentence form).
 
In one or two sentences, mention the central themes of the article and the arguments of the author.
End the introduction with your thesis statement (your opinion of author(s)'s methods or conclusions or recommendations, etc.). Ensure this is a opinion of the article itself, and not just an opinion about the overall topic.
 
Summary 
(one paragraph) 
This is strictly a restatement of the main points of the article and does not include your opinions. 
What is the article about? (key concepts, topics) 
What methods does the author use?
What is the author’s argument or point of view?
Critique 
(one paragraph)
What is your opinion of the article and the research presented?
What audiences would benefit from reading the article (e.g. students, professionals in the field, policy makers, the public etc)
Conclusion 
(one paragraph)
 
In new words (not the exact same as your introduction), mention the central themes of the article and the arguments (one-two sentences) and restate your thesis statement.
 
References
Using proper APA formatting include the full citation for the article you reviewed.
 
  'Everyone here wants everyone else to get better': The role of social identity in eating disorder recovery 
Answered Same DayMar 02, 2022

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Ananya answered on Mar 02 2022
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Running Head: SOCIOLOGY                                1
SOCIOLOGY                                            2
SOCIOLOGY
Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Summary    3
Critique    3
Conclusion    4
Reference    5
Introduction
From the article, 'Everyone here wants everyone else to get better': The role of social identity in eating disorder recovery, by McNamara and Parsons, British Journal of Social Psychology (2016), we can understand the eating disorders in an individual. It is an illness, which requires proper attention for its removal from the society. The support and understanding of the society and getting an identification helps to remove such disorder.
Summary
In the article, we see that people suffers from eating disorders when they lack an identity of their own. The key concept is about identifying the causes and involving the people in removal of such disorders. Online methods...
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