The section contains four articles (Reading 2.1 through to Reading 2.4) students should read the four articles and then must choose one of them and complete a detailed critical analysis of that chosen paper. You must avoid opinion; do provide logical, considered reasons for your analysis of the paper’s approach to its subject, assertions and conclusions. Identify the key ideas and concepts being put forward by the author. Rigorously consider the relevance, validity, consistency and logic of the evidence provided by the author to justify his/her ideas or to support the conclusions reached. Discuss any identifiable bias or motive that may have coloured the author’s approach or influenced the formulation of the conclusions. Applications or relevant knowledge from other sources may be used in this discussion provided they are completely referenced. Original and thoughtful comment well substantiated will be highly regarded. Good presentation, structured organisation of the content and clarity of writing are basic expectations for a satisfactory report.