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Students will write a two page summary of a business journal article. The summary should thoroughly address each of the following:

1. Title, Author (s), Journal, Date, Volume, Number, Pages.
2. Introduction. What basic question is the investigator trying to answer? Why?
3. Method
4. What or who are the participants?
5. What task do they perform or what tests do they take, or what characteristics are measured?
3. Results. What were the main findings in the study?

Discussion. In general, what did the study demonstrate? What are the implications of study? What questions remain for further research?
Criticisms. Point out at least two weaknesses in the research. Explain these criticisms thoroughly.
Post your Journal Review as a word document or text file.

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Your instructor wants you to write a two page summary of a business journal article (see the attached article from the exact type of journal that your professor prefers). The summary should thoroughly address each of the following:

1.

Title: Career Development of Foreign-Born Workers: Where is the Career Motivation Research?
Author (s): TOBIN P. LOPES
Journal: Human Resource Development Review
Date: 2006
Volume: 5
Number: 478-493
Pages: 15
Web link (article attached.pdf): http://hrd.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/5/4/478

>> Read the attached article to answer these questions

2. Introduction. What basic question is the investigator trying to answer? Why?

"Immigrants and/or foreign-born workers are entering ...

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750+ words review a journal, including the results, participants, criticisms and method of the study.

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