Your peer review should be at least 400 words and address the following:
- Is the case study clearly described using current terminology from the field of ethics and multicultural issues? Summarize in one or two sentences how your peer did this, and identify the slides that covered this requirement.
- What cultural issues did your peer identify? Evaluate the applicability of the facets identified to the issues. Are these issues pertinent to the approach that your peer offers later in the PowerPoint? What other cultural contexts might be applicable? How clearly are they presented?
- What ethical or legal considerations are identified? Are there any pertinent ethical or legal considerations that your peer has not incorporated? Are there specific links to the codes?
- How well did your peer use the notes section in the PowerPoint to support his or her argument?
- How many research articles are included? (10 peer-reviewed journal articles in addition to any other resources are required.) How well did your peer support his or her writing with citations in the notes?
- How would you summarize the recommendations your peer made for addressing the issue at hand? Are these recommendations supported with recent, peer-reviewed evidence? Suggest revisions or additions that would make your peer’s argument more effective. Alternatively, offer a recommendation to mitigate the issue addressed in the presentation.
- Does your peer’s logic hold up across the presentation? Can you follow the argument? Are you convinced by the argument, based on the evidence and the way that your peer put the material together?
- What is the most effective or convincing part of the presentation? What is the weakest part of the presentation? Be specific so that revisions can be completed effectively and efficiently.