1. Your review should follow the flow of the article (but ignore the Methods and Resultssections in your review).2. Define the key terms, theories, etc.3. Do not write or list the hypotheses or propositions. Instead, describe how the author(s)developed these.4. The Discussion/Conclusion section(s) will explain what the authors found.5. Please make sure that you write this in your own words (do not extensively use directquotations). Failing to do this, (or simply changing a few adjectives) could be consideredplagiarism. Instead, I suggest you read the article in its entirety (again, skip theMethods/Results sections). Next, read the first section. Then, put the article down andwrite what you remember. “Clean up” your writing by reviewing the article for anymissed concepts. Yes, it is ok to quote key definitions. Other than that, too many quoteswill make it a paper of quotes (not your own work).6. You will notice that the authors will refer to many other authors. However, you shouldwrite everything in terms of the journal articles you’re reading. In other words, don’tinclude any other authors in your review.Case Assignment (Final Exam) InstructionsThe purpose of this class is to explore ethics within organizations. The purpose of this exam istwofold. First, it will help you articulate what you have learned in the class. Second, and moreimportantly, it will continue your in-depth exploration of ethics. Therefore, while I expect thatthis exam should take you quite a bit of time, it should not only assess your knowledge but alsocontribute to it and to your career.In short, you will (1) read a case, (3) read two journal articles focused on ethics, (3) provide a(detailed) literature review of the threee journal articles (not the case), and (4) offerrecommendations in regards to how the knowledge gained from the journal articles help resolvean issue within the case.All material is located in the Case Assignment folder within Doc Sharing of eCollegeCase:• Milkshake Case – MAIN CASEJournal articles:• Morrell, K. (2004). Decision making and business ethics: the implications of using imagetheory in preference to rational choice. Journal of Business Ethics, 50(3), 239-252.• Gaudine, A., & Thorne, L. (2001). Emotion and ethical decision-making in organizations.Journal of Business Ethics, 31(2), 175-187.• Your Choice**Format of paper*– Article 1 Review– Article 2 Review– Article 3 (your choice) **– Recommendations***In other words, do not mix your reviews. Write completely about Article 1 before moving toArticle 2.** Obviously, the main issue within the case focuses on George’s big (ethical) decision.However, from a managerial perspective, there are even more questions to be asked within thissituation. What type of training did George receive before starting the job? What about themanagerial decision to not have a manager or superintendent during the night shift? Considerthese types of issues when choosing your third article. You will submit your third article choiceto me so that I can confirm you’re on the right track. See the syllabus for the due date.*** In the recommendations section, discuss what George and/or the company should do next(based on what you learned from the articles, not your personal opinion).
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