Talk:Open and closed systems in social science

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Plain English[edit]

The opening paragraph does a good job of introducing the topic in plain English until the last sentence when it falls into technical jargon. I've just completed a PhD in the social sciences and I don't know what this means so I doubt the average lay reader will. Tomcrocker (talk) 11:11, 27 February 2011 (UTC)

Poor English[edit]

The text of this article shows strong evidence of non-English-speaking authorship. A fair amount of editing is needed to turn it into decent English. It's comprehensible enough as far as it goes, except for some noticeable garbling of syntax, but the author (or translating engine) clearly does not grasp the rules governing the use of definite and indefinite articles, for example. Jordansmith (talk) 20:30, 27 February 2011 (UTC)