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- Analysis, which we considered in the previous section, often precedes (but also complements) critique and argument as the first important step in effective academic thinking and writing.
- It is useful to consider critique and argument together.
- Critique is defined as the systematic practice of doubt to arrive at a balanced evaluation of something, often a written text.
- Generally speaking, we do not critique ‘raw’ data – but data which has been interpreted and transformed into claims in the form of an argument.
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