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Journal article; order of reading

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by markjohconley, Jun 8, 2020.

  1. markjohconley

    markjohconley Well-Known Member


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    What order of reading a journal article is recommended
    I was advised/taught to save time by reading, in order;
    TITLE
    KEYWORDS
    METHOD
    and then one will be able to ascertain whether or not to continue with the article
    to borrow another poster's ending
    How say you?

    (and while your responding please consider giving an example of 'theoretical coherence', thanks)
     
  2. markjohconley

    markjohconley Well-Known Member

    Please ignore as Craig Payne has given a full answer to my query in a preceding thread, mark
     
  3. William Fowler

    William Fowler Active Member

    I read the last sentence in the conclusion in the abstract first.
     
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