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In relation to the article that you review;
(i) describe and discuss the main theoretical approach which it takes, and;
(ii) identify a different theoretical approach or approaches that might have been used to address the same issue,
(iii) and discuss what insights this alternative approach might have provided.
Your review should therefore, at a minimum, consider, in the context of the article, the strengths and weaknesses of the approach taken and one further approach.
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