This article is published in the journal of Australia "Women and Birth".Coughian, Cronin and Ryan (2007) says that the title of the research should be comprehensive and should be comprises of not more than 15 words.
The journal has used the Vancouver style of referencing which is convenient to read the article. The most sources are current and documented with author names, year and title.
The researcher has used the Bronferbrenner’ socio- ecological model is utilized as theoretical framework to present the study findings.
Moreover, the researcher has identified the limitations related to the study sample.
The sample was homogeneous, well educated, health care providers; thereby the research has less applicability to other setting of Pakistan and global contexts.
The researchers want to find out the factors as a facilitator and the barriers to the mothers. Moreover, according to Wikipedia (2013) this framework has the four levels which are the microsystem, mesosystem, exosystem and the macro system ( see appendix A).
The scope of the study is to identify the barriers and then offer some recommendations which should come in the macro system level.
On contrary to this the researcher has not defined the readers the theoretical framework to the readers.
Moreover the purpose using only this framework is also not explained.
Moreover the questionnaire is reviewed by two breastfeeding experts.
In addition to this to increase the credibility of the questionnaire the researcher has pre tested the questionnaire on one of the participant.