I will pay for the following essay The Origins of Organizational Research (Case Study). The essay is to be 3 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
While Rousseau (1997) covers the same ground, particular attention in this case would be paid to the Barley and Kunda article which provides a thorough and scholarly review of the management literature dating back to the industrial revolution. The approach used in this research article is mainly theoretical in nature as it seeks to analyse the development of different models and theories that seek to explore how research in management has been developed over a period of time dating back to the industrial revolution. Various theories were formulated by other scholars hence this subject would not be new in the field of research which makes it imperative to comment on the existing theories and attempt to identify any research gap in the literature available if there would be need for the formulation of any other theoretical framework that may significant in conducting future researches.
This case quotes the contribution of (Chandler, 1977), which posits that modern American industrial history is marked not only by the rise of large corporations and the professionalization of management but by the formulation of theories that minister to one of managements central problems: the control of complex organisations. Whilst this is not a direct quotation, the researchers acknowledge that the industrial history is a complex issue and some scholars have previously attempted to look at the same topic. An indirect quote is significant in that it generalises the theories or any other information that exists on the topic under review. A close analysis of the Barley and Kunda article and the Campion article show that the use of references has been widespread and extensive throughout.
This is a review article and Campion posits that review articles should be more comprehensive in the references included. It can also be noted that multiple referencing is a common feature of the review article. In attempting to emphasise a point, in some instances, the authors used