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find 5 more PRJAs on your chosen topic in week 2. These articles must be “Studi
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find 5 more PRJAs on your chosen topic in week 2. These articles must be “Studi
find 5 more PRJAs on your chosen topic in week 2. These articles must be “Studies”. Studies involve the proposal of hypotheses, the collection of empirical data, the statistical analysis of the data, the presentation of the findings, and an interpretation of the findings relative to the purpose of the study. These new studies should not include the previous articles you have used in your papers for weeks 2 and 3. This week write a paper summarizing, analyzing, and synthesizing the new studies on your chosen topic. Your sections will include the following level 1 headings: Introduction to the topic Review of the literature (5 new studies on your topic) Methodology Conclusion You should use 2nd and 3rd level headings as required to effectively organize your paper for your audience. Use your APA manual and format all headings correctly. Apply the lessons that have been presented in the past five weeks on academic writing: Planning, Thesis Statement, Structure, Argument, Evidence, Transitions and Voice. Also, use the attached “Peer-Review Checklist” to review your work. -------------------- topic of week 2 The paper related to research for 3 academic scholarly peer-reviewed journal articles on ONE of the topics below. Managing technology and innovation Resources management and sustainable development Social entrepreneurship Corporate responsibility, ethics, and accountability Corporate alliances and networks Human capital and top management teams Family firms and venture capitalists Team processes and effectiveness Creativity and innovation Gender and diversity in the workplace The learning organization Cross-cultural behavior Training effectiveness You will write a mini-review of the literature that you have found. A review of the literature is more than a summary, it is an analysis. Make sure you know the difference: https://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-summary-and-vs-analysis/ Make sure you understand how to write a review of the literature: https://www.d.umn.edu/~hrallis/guides/researching/litreview.html

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