A slum in Islamabad, Pakistan, BMC Public Health 2009

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DOI: 10.21522/TIJPH.2013.04.02.Art069

Authors : Syeda Tasneem Kausar


This review is critically reviewing the article ‘who am I? Where am I? Experiences of young women in a slum in Islamabad, Pakistan’ in the journal ‘Bio Med central Public health’. During this review, firstly the above mentioned article will be summarized. Secondly the article’s format, structure and the matters of readers understanding and access will be briefly analyzed. Thirdly this review will critique the article based on its authority, current approach, accuracy/validity, objectivity and coverage. It is said that “a critical review of a journal article is an evaluation of an article's strengths, weaknesses and validity” (H.T.Coutts). Furthermore this review will also analyze the graphs, tables utilized to present different results. Along with the above mentioned components the article will also be reviewed for its accessibility and credibility of the publishing journal. 


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