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PERSUASIVE REVIEW PAPER GUIDELINES
Your persuasive review paper must be a critical analysis of a single management theory, concept, or practices that you recommend as a resolution to a management situation in aviation management. Your critical analysis of the management theory, concept, or practice must identify its particular strengths and must make a recommendation for its application to an aviation management situation. (Persuade means to argue in favor of.) The literature review portion of the paper should focus on discussing the management concept only. In the conclusion you will discuss how the management concept can be applied in aviation management.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The management theory, concept, or practice discussed in this persuasive review paper is the same as the one proposed in the persuasive review paper proposal (assignment #3).
IMPORTANT NOTE: As with all assignments, the completeness and correctness of your persuasive review paper will depend upon the time and effort expended in completing them. Do not procrastinate. Give yourself time to think through your paper and to make revisions. A good technique that often proves helpful is to ask someone else to read your work and provide you with suggestions for improvement. Giving proper attention to all instructions, taking time to complete the assignment to include self-proofing and revision, and asking someone else to proof your work are all techniques that should help you achieve a better grade for your assignment.
The paper must comply with the criteria and requirements of the APA and must include:
1. A title page that includes the title of the paper, your name, and affiliation (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale) centered on the page as stated in APA pages 23-24 & 41. Include the page number, but do not include a running head or author note. At the bottom of the title page, separated from the above by a single horizontal line and centered, include the course number and title. On the next double-spaced line, type the semester and on the next double-spaced line, your program location.
2. An abstract that consists of the following items:
a. One sentence describing the topic of the paper.
b. One sentence describing the purpose and scope of the paper.
c. One sentence describing the sources used (nonspecific, generic in nature, i.e. published literature).
d. One sentence describing the paper’s conclusion.
Do not use phrases such as “this paper,” “this research,” “the author,” etc. Write each sentence as a concise statement that satisfies each requirement in a succinct manner. Note that abstracts for review or theoretical papers are restricted to 75 to 100 words. Remember, the abstract is not an introduction to the paper itself (see APA page 25).
3. An introduction that consists of no more than one paragraph. Note that the introduction summarizes relevant arguments and information, and provides the reader a sense of the topic and its importance.
4. A body or literature review consisting of at least four (4) double-spaced typed pages. This is where the topic, as it is presented in the literature (your references), is reviewed. The body does not include a critique of or evaluation of the material presented. The body “reports on” or “reviews” the topic as it is presented in literature. The body or literature review should focus on discussing and defining the management theory, concept, or practice. You should use very few, if any, quotes. You must include in-text references that give credit to the author of the information (see APA pages 174-179).
5. A conclusion or recommendation that is a minimum of one (1) double-spaced typed page. What can be concluded or implied from the information in the literature review? The conclusion or recommendation should discuss how the management theory, concept, or practice can be applied in aviation management. Do not use first or second person (I, you, we, etc.). Write only in the third person (professional, not personal). All material included in the conclusion or recommendation that originates with another author must include an in-text reference.
6. A reference page that consists of five (5) references (see APA pages 180-224).
Note: “Levels of heading establish the hierarchy of sections via format or appearance. All topics of equal importance have the same level of heading throughout a manuscript.” (APA, 2010, p. 62). For further information with regard to organizing a manuscript with headings and the levels of headings refer to APA pp. 62-63. Note that “The number of levels of heading needed for your article will depend on its length and complexity” (APA, 2010, p. 63). Try to restrict the use of headings to no more than two levels.
PERSUASIVE REVIEW PAPER GUIDELINES
Your persuasive review paper must be a critical analysis of a single management theory, concept, or practices that you recommend as a resolution to a management situation in aviation management.