Structured Literature – My Assignment Tutor

T1 2019 ASSESSMENT 3: Structured Literature Review – 25% This assessment is designed to allow students to identify relevant sources for their research and undertake review on a theoretical concepts/constructs that has real world business implications. This assessment relates to Learning Outcomes a, b and d This article collections and structured review set a basis for literature review section of Research Proposal in Assessment 4. Following consultation with the lecturer or tutor, the students research the field to find four academic articles relating to the research topic as proposed in Assessment 2. The articles must be from 2010 onwards , and all articles must be full papers (not research note or book reviews) sourced from refereed academic journals. Note: Other than in exceptional circumstances, Assessment 3 will set the foundation for literature review of Assessment 4. PRIOR to its inclusion in Assessment 4 Research Proposal, students will be expected to make appropriate adjustments if recommended in feedback. The structured literature review should addresses the following information: Brief summary   of     the   theory       and   progression       in     the   field (i.e         how has   the   theory       developed) Common   themes/findings across the four articles Different   themes/findings across the four articles Managerial        implication of the four       articles Study        limitations and future research direction proposed in the four         articles. Submission Details Individual Assessment Word        limit: 1500 words (±10%) (excluding reference     list) You need         to     state         the   word         count        of     the         assessment       on    the   cover        page. The   review       should      be    professionally    presented using proper headings and sub-headings ,    in     Arial 10pt or Times    New Roman 12pt, single space. Harvard (Anglia) style     referencing. Submission       deadline Week 7 –    Saturday 11 May 2019, by 11.59pm Softcopy   to be uploaded on Turnitin via Moddle       links Late penalties and extensions: An important part of business life and key to achieving KOI’s graduate outcome of Professional Skills is the ability to manage workloads and meet deadlines. Consequently, any assessment items such as in- class quizzes and assignments missed or submitted after the due date/time will attract a penalty. Penalty for written assessment is – 5% of the total available marks per calendar day unless an extension is approved Applying for extension: If students are unable to submit or attend an assessment when due, and extensions are possible, they must apply by completing the appropriate Application for Extension form available from the Student Information Centre in Moodle, the KOI Website ( Policies and Forms ) and the Reception Desk (Market St and Kent St), as soon as possible but no later than three (3) working days of the assessment due date. The completed form must be emailed with supporting documentation to [email protected] Students and lecturers / tutors will be advised of the outcome of the extension request as soon as practicable . Appropriate documentary evidence to support the request for an extension must be supplied. Please remember there is no guarantee of an extension being granted, and poor organisation is not a satisfactory reason to be granted an extension . Marks out of 20 will be awarded based on how well the following criteria is addressed: Criteria%                             MarksPresent                             brief summary of the theory and discussion of progression in the                          field20%Identify                             and discuss common and different themes across the four articles20%Identify                             and discuss managerial implication of the four articles20%Discuss                             the limitation of each of articles and how the limitation differ                             across the four articles, as well as identify future research                           direction suggested by the articles.


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