1.One major drawback of this approach is that
2.The main limitation of our incomes,however,is
3.However,this method of analysis has a number of limitations
4.However,approaches of this kind carry with them various well-known limitations.
5.Another problem with this approach is that it fails to take X into account.
6.Perhaps the most serious disadvantage of this method is that
7.Difficulties arise,however,when an attempt is made to implement the policies
8.All the studies reviewed so far,however,suffer from the fact that..
9.However,there are limits to how far the idea of concept of X can be taken
10.However,such explanations tend to overlook the fact that.
1.A major criticism of Smith's work is that.
2.One question that needs to be asked,however, is whether..
3.A serious weakness with this argument,howeve r, is that.
4.One of the limitations with this explanation is t hat it does not explain why...
5.One criticism of much of the literature on X is that..
6.However,there is an inconsistency with this argument.
7.Smith's argument relies too heavily on qualitati ve analysis of..
8.It seems that Jones'understanding of the X fra mework is questionable
9.Smith's interpretation overlooks much of the historical research.
10.Many writers have challenged Jones'clarm on the grounds that..
1.A more comprehensive study would include all the groups of..
2.A better study would examine a large,randomly selected sample of societies with...
3.A much more systematic approach would ident ify how X interacts with other variables that are...
4.believed to be linked to.
5.Smith's paper would have been more useful if h e/she had included
6.Her conclusions might have been far more pers uasive if..she had considered
1.Previous studies of X have not dealt with.
2.Such expositions are unsatisfactory because they...
3.Most studies in the field of X have only focused on
4.Half of the studies evaluated failed to specify whether
5.The research to date has tended to focus on X r ather than
6.However,these studies used non-validated met hods to measure
7.Most studies in X have only been carried out in a small number of areas.
8.The existing accounts fail to resolve the contrad iction between X and Y.
9.However,much of the research up to now has been descriptive in nature
10.Small sample sizes have been a serious limitati on for many earlier studies