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THE APPRAISAL At first glance, “Reclaiming the Power of Play” may seem like a persuasive piece of writing of philosophy on play. However, upon careful review and appraisal of the piece, it can be seen that “Reclaiming the Power of Play” contains erroneous reasoning, fallacies and insufficient evidence to prove several of its claims. DEFINITION OF PLAY AND LEISURE One major issue with “Reclaiming the Power of Play” is its lack of clear and consistent definitions of play and leisure. In paragraph 3 of the article, Asma uses Aristotle as one example of how play is generally negatively viewed by philosophers, stating
This clearly gives the readers a line of reasoning and basis as to why we should move grounded theory further into postmodernism. He expounds on the importance of discourse analysis, and he tries explains how one can analyze discourse. Each section of this article has merit and readable and understandable. The author tried to balance the article that with inventive and creative practical applications in his article, He used appropriate literature, and good scholarly writing. Weakness However this article provides an argument as to the benefits of using grounded theory and builds a rational line of reasoning in defence of the argument.
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