Talk:Institutionalization of children with disabilities in Russia

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Very good expansion of existing article to incorporate a better understanding of Institutionalization of children with disabilities in Russia. Thank you for the additions to the introduction and other sections. However, I have a few recommendations for article improvements. First, please look over the guidelines for neutrality for Wikipedia. Some of the arguments you are making are either un-sourced or direct causation. Secondly, please look over the grammar and spelling in this article. Lastly, it would be beneficial to the article if you added cites linking to this so it would not be an orphan, and adding "see also" section for further information on this subject. Very good efforts, and I look forward to seeing how this article improves in the future! Good luck, AllyBremer (talk) 19:39, 6 November 2013 (UTC).

This expansion has great potential. However, I would like to make some additions to these recommendations (all of which I too recommend). I highly encourage that you review the guidelines for proper citation. It is important to cite every claim and piece of information that is included. The information that you included is very pertinent, it is just important to give proper credit to their sources. Furthermore, there are a few sections that are lacking detail and support for what little detail is there. I suggest that you continue to work on substantiating these sections with additional credible information. Your headed in a great direction with this article. I took look forward to seeing further improvements. Best, Brookeethleen (talk) 01:27, 7 November 2013 (UTC)
Thank you for the suggestions! I will revise the article and fix the needed mistakes, as well as incorporate more citations and information in sections that are lacking details. JOzuna25 (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 04:27, 25 November 2013 (UTC)