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Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses and Decision Making

Week #2:

Literature Review Presentation (Use Power Point)

Assuming you are a visiting professor at a foreign university. You are asked to present on the subject literature reviews:

The presentation must contain slides with these titles:

What Is Literature Review?

Steps in Designing a Literature Review

Role of Literature Review in Communicating Organizational Problems

List of Databases to Facilitate Literature Reviews

Retrieving Scholarly or Peer Reviewed Articles in Your Online Library

Common Errors to Avoid in a Literature Review

Paraphrasing in Literature Reviews

Direct Quotes in Literature Reviews

Elements of a Literature Review

Other Information You May Wish to Include in Your Presentation Regarding Literature Review

When creating your presentation (using PowerPoint), be sure to follow these guidelines:

Your presentation should be 7-10 slides in length.

Each slide must include detailed written speaker notes (50-100 words per note page with appropriate in-text citations in APA format). Incorporate graphics.

Include at least 5 scholarly references

in addition to the course textbook.

References

Akhnif, E., Macq, J., Fakhreddine, M.O., & Meessen, B. (2017).

Scoping literature on the learning organization concept as applied to the health system.

Health Research Policy & System, 15:1-12.

Creswell, J. W. (2014). Research design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches. Los Angeles: Sage.

Farcas, T.V., & Tudor, A.T. (2016).

An overview into the accounting history evolution from a Romanian point of view

. A literature view.

Economia Aziendale Online 2000 Web, 7

(1), 71–84.

Jensen, E. & Laurie, C. (Academic). (2017).

An introduction to literature reviews

[Streaming video]. Retrieved from SAGE Research Methods.

Plano Clark, V. L. & Creswell, J. W. (2015).

Understanding research: A consumer’s guide

(2

nd

ed). Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc.

THIS IS OUR TEXTBOOK

Pope, S., & Waeraas, A. (2016).

CSR-washing is rare: A conceptual framework, literature review, and critique

.

Journal of Business Ethics, 137

(1), 173–193.

Varsei, M. (2016).

Sustainable supply chain management: A brief literature review.

The Journal of Developing Areas, 50

(6), 411–419.

Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses and Decision Making
Week #2: Literature Review Presentation (Use Power Point)
Assuming you are a visiting professor at a foreign university. You are asked to present on the subject
literature reviews:
The presentation must contain slides with these titles:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
What Is Literature Review?
Steps in Designing a Literature Review
Role of Literature Review in Communicating Organizational Problems
List of Databases to Facilitate Literature Reviews
Retrieving Scholarly or Peer Reviewed Articles in Your Online Library
Common Errors to Avoid in a Literature Review
Paraphrasing in Literature Reviews
Direct Quotes in Literature Reviews
Elements of a Literature Review
Other Information You May Wish to Include in Your Presentation Regarding Literature
Review
When creating your presentation (using PowerPoint), be sure to follow these guidelines:
Your presentation should be 7-10 slides in length.
Each slide must include detailed written speaker notes (50-100 words per note page with appropriate
in-text citations in APA format). Incorporate graphics. Include at least 5 scholarly references in
addition to the course textbook.
References
Akhnif, E., Macq, J., Fakhreddine, M.O., & Meessen, B. (2017). Scoping literature on the learning organization
concept as applied to the health system. Health Research Policy & System, 15:1-12.
Creswell, J. W. (2014). Research design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches. Los
Angeles: Sage.
Farcas, T.V., & Tudor, A.T. (2016). An overview into the accounting history evolution from a Romanian point of
view. A literature view. Economia Aziendale Online 2000 Web, 7(1), 71–84.
Jensen, E. & Laurie, C. (Academic). (2017). An introduction to literature reviews [Streaming video]. Retrieved
from SAGE Research Methods.
Plano Clark, V. L. & Creswell, J. W. (2015). Understanding research: A consumer’s guide (2nd ed). Boston, MA:
Pearson Education, Inc. THIS IS OUR TEXTBOOK
Pope, S., & Waeraas, A. (2016). CSR-washing is rare: A conceptual framework, literature review, and
critique. Journal of Business Ethics, 137(1), 173–193.
Varsei, M. (2016). Sustainable supply chain management: A brief literature review. The Journal of
Developing Areas, 50(6), 411–419.

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