Examine the manner in which the article/case is structured. Evaluate whether the author is relying on any underlying cultural/political/economic assumptions or prejudices.

Business and law Topic: is a Critical review of chapter 5, The diversity delusion:

Write a critical review of ONE of the following:
Mac Donald, Heather. The diversity delusion: How race and gender pandering
corrupt the university and undermine our culture. St. Martin’s Press, 2018. Chapter

1: The Hysterical Campus.
Mac Donald, Heather. The diversity delusion: How race and gender pandering
corrupt the university and undermine our culture. St. Martin’s Press, 2018.
Chapter 5: Are We All Unconscious Racists.

Murray, Douglas. The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity. Bloomsbury
Publishing, 2019. Chapter 1, ‘Gay’

Murray, Douglas. The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity. Bloomsbury
Publishing, 2019. , Chapter 3, Race

Murray, Douglas. The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity. Bloomsbury
Publishing, 2019. Chapter 4, Trans

Guidance:
This assessment requires students to write a critical review. To this end, students must critically read and analyse one of the book chapters or cases listed above.

Critical reading: The starting point of writing a good critical review is to read the material critically. This requires one to go a step beyond simply understanding the material it requires engagement and reflection.

Tips on reading critically:
Take detailed notes with a view of ascertaining what the text means.

Examine the manner in which the article/case is structured.

Evaluate whether the author is relying on any underlying cultural/political/economic
assumptions or prejudices.

Reflect on the types of evidence the author uses in support of his/her/their
conclusions examine whether there is a logical connection between the two.

Critical analysis: A critical review is much more than a simple summary it is an analysis. It requires you to present your evaluation or judgment of the material being reviewed.

Tips for writing a critical analysis:
After having critically read the material, you should examine your notes with the
view of forming your own opinion on each of the issues raised in the material.

If there are any arguments and/or conclusions of the author that you do not agree
with discuss why. It is advisable to set out both your arguments and conclusions on
the issue.

The introduction should provide an executive summary of your critical review (not
the material being reviewed). In essence, it should clearly set out your view based on
your overall evaluation. A good introduction will attempt to be impartial and will
acknowledge both the strengths and weaknesses of the material.

The main body should be divided into subheadings, each concerned with an
individual issue/argument/conclusion of the author. You are advised to choose those
issues/arguments/conclusions that you feel most strongly about. You may agree or
disagree with the author but you must discuss your reasons for doing so.

The conclusion should not provide a summary of the material being reviewed or the
critical review itself. Rather, it should set out your opinion on the questions/issues
raised

Examine the manner in which the article/case is structured. Evaluate whether the author is relying on any underlying cultural/political/economic assumptions or prejudices.

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