Padula, C. A. (1997). Predictors of Participation in Health Activities by Elderly Couples. Journal of Family Nursing, 3, 88-106.
In my research for Cynthia A. Padula, author of Predictors of Participation in Health Activities by Elderly Couples, I could not find any information on her credentials nor her other writings through other sources. The information was not available in the content of the article either. The major content of the article was written based on research on other author's writings. The article was published in 1997 and the topic that was covered is still in-to-date.
Most of the sources cited in the content of the article are out-of-date. The article and its writing style is in elementary level. According to the internet sources of this journal, it is a vital and valuable resource for researchers, practitioners, students, and teachers. The journal can be classified as scholarly. This is difficult to determine what type of audience the author is targeting since the subject covered could be useful and understandable by general public.
The article is mostly propaganda. Since the major part of the article is referrals to different sources, there is not enough facts covered that are verified by the author. The author is not presenting any opinions that can be supported by own research.. The text is too hard to follow and it is choppy.
The article contains too many quotations and points are not clearly presented. Most importantly, no summery nor any concluding paragraphs are presented to the reader.
Plowden, K. O. (1999). Using the health belief model in understanding prostate cancer in African American men. Abnf Journal, 10, 4.
In my research for Keith O. Plowden, author of Using the health belief model in understanding prostate cancer in African American men, I could not find any information on his credentials nor his other writings through numeral sources. However, according to the sources related to this journal, there are distinguished panel of nursing experts responsible for the selection of articles appearing in each issue.
The article was published in 1999 and the author used a mixture of in-to-date and out-of-date sources. The topic is covering the current issues of African American men's major health problems. This scholarly bi-monthly journal has been praised by prominent nurse educators as a first-class journal, and a valuable source of information related to African American patients. The article is written in an understandable and elementary fashion, and it is easy to read.
The author is presenting mainly opinions regarding this issues and has a bias approach to a certain extent. Information is well researched and supported. I believe the language is full of bias and...