critical analysis scholarly article
Helfat, C. E., Harris, D., & Wolfson, P. J. (2006). The pipeline to the top: Women and men in the top executive ranks of U.S. corporations. Academy of Management Perspectives, 20(4), 42–64. Retrieved from the Walden Library using the Business Source Complete database: Permalink
- Analyze the article above for the authors’ strengths and weaknesses in terms of scholarly writing, bias, opinion, quality of evidence, and appropriateness to the target audience.
- Think about articles you have read, in journals or even in the public press, that violate some of the elements of scholarly writing. What, if any, effect did the misuses or abuses have on your thoughts about the information being presented?
Write a 1- to 2-paragraph summary of the article you saved:
- Describe the central research problem.
- Explain, as best you can, why the study was undertaken.
- Describe what the authors discovered.
- Include an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the article as a piece of scholarly writing that employs a scholarly voice; an assessment of the article in terms of bias, opinion, and quality of evidence; and of its appropriateness to its intended audience.
- Be sure that your summary and analysis demonstrate your understanding of and skill in using scholarly writing and a scholarly voice and is appropriate to your intended audience.
Your written assignments must follow APA guidelines. Be sure to support your work with specific citations from this unit ’s Resources and additional scholarly sources as appropriate. Refer to the Essential guide to APA style for Walden students to ensure that your in-text citations and reference list are correct.
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