An ethnographic study of Islamic work ethics and its impact on Saudi Muslim workers’ productivity
Use expert ethnographic references such as
1. O’Reilly, K. (2009). Key concepts in ethnography. CA: Sage Publications Ltd.
2. Madden, R. (2012). Being ethnographic. A guide to the theory and practice of ethnography. CA: Sage Publications Ltd.
3. Madison, D.S. (2012). Critical ethnography. Methods, ethics, and performance. CA: Sage publications Ltd.
1. Discussion begins with dissertation topic transition to introduction of a review of the literature for the dissertation research.
2. Discussion reflects brief overview of what is contained in the chapter.
1. Organization is presented in an orderly, logical, and flowing manner.
2. Historical overview with appropriate citations is presented. If appropriate, a discussion of any gaps in the research literature is included. Discussion of germinal research is included.
3. Current findings and studies with appropriate citations are presented. If appropriate, a discussion of any gaps in the research literature is included.
4. Current findings, discussed in order from general to specific, are related to the research question.
5. Each research variable is discussed.
6. Discussion has depth and presents an analysis of the literature rather than a listing of quotations and citations. Discussion relates a logical understanding of why a reference is included.
7. Balanced discussion of alternative viewpoints is given. The literature compares and contrasts different points of view regarding research in the field.
8. Discussion reflects a conclusion derived from the analysis of the literature review.
2. Supporting citations are given for key points
3. Information is presented in a discussion context, rather than simply stated or listed
1. Discussion summarizes key points presented in chapter 2.
2. Supporting citations are given for key points.
3. Chapter summary ends with transition discussion/sentence to next chapter.
4. Information is presented in a discussion context, rather than simply stated or listed.