The Future of the Army is Holistic Health

Holistic Health Guidance (Instructor guidance, keep it simple stupid, KISS) I have an additional paper on Resiliency as well, prefer to keep the same writer for tone and formatting. This does not need to be extremely intelligent sounding, just basic free of most grammatical issues and original to alleviate plagiarism and pass for both papers. Refer above instructor guidance. I have approved outline, start of the paper, and a current reference list. Some material should come from military doctrine that can be found under army pubs.com. Learners will demonstrate their mastery by developing a substantial research paper, which will illustrate an academic analysis of a contemporary global issue in the area of leadership and workforce development. Topic Proposal (thesis statement) Research Proposal Statement (250-500 words) Literature Review (750-1000 words) Diversity (250-500 words) Ethics (250-500 words) Synthesis (250-500 words) Final paper (putting it all together) will be between 2500-3000 words Topic Proposal Select a global issue addressing leadership and workforce development Examples: EEO, recruitment, Pay and Benefits, Talent Management Develop a thesis statement to support your research topic Research Proposal Statement May include: A problem statement about your global topic Why is it happening? What are the points of contention? What are the Leadership stand-points? What are the Management stand-points? What makes this organization great? Research Proposal Statement (Cont.) A proposal statement is basically the introduction section of the writing project. For example: Background of the problem: There’s has been a significant increase of employees quitting their jobs in the manufacturing of textiles in the state of Texas in the first year of employment during 2015 and 2017 (Cite here; at end of the sentence). Anchor: Empirical research by XXX Illustrate that two out of five employees abandon their employment in the manufacturing of textiles in the state of Texas in the first year of employment because of XXX (Cite here, at end of the sentence). General Problem: Textile manufacturing employees who quit their job in the first year of employment cause a significant decrease in the business profitability aspect. Specific Problem: Textile manufacturing employees that quit their job in the first year have a direct effect in recruiting, training, retention, and compensation efforts of the organization. Literature Review 3 references minimal for this What is a Literature Review? A literature review is a critical summary of what the scientific literature says about your specific topic or question. Discusses published information Summary of sources as an organizational pattern combining both summary and synthesis Help evaluate sources Advices the reader on the most relevant information Literature Review (Cont.) A literature review typically contains the following sections: Cover/Title page Body/Content List of references Facilitators will also ask learners to write an abstract for the literature review assignment. Learners should consult the APA7 standards. The length of a literature review and the required number of sources are outlined in the next slide.  Diversity and Ethics Perspectives                                                                         Diversity Cultural perspectives & inequities Analyze competing entities including disenfranchised/vulnerable groups Address issues such as in-group favoritism, intergroup bias, etc. Summarize cultural perspectives and perceived inequities   Ethical implications Analyze decision making and actions, social responsibility, applying specific ethical theories Identify possible pathways to equitable solutions Summarize compelling ethical issues Synthesis Findings—what you learned from the literature review and ethics and diversity Advocate most equitable, ethical solution to meet needs of vulnerable, disenfranchised Draw upon scholarly sources & previous sections to substantiate position Provide further support with government reports & studies, NGO reports & studies The way ahead Recommendations Instructions: Begin by organizing your work in the order: Research Proposal, Literature Review, Diversity and Ethics. Make sure you have APA7 citation information for all the additional scholarly sources you’ve gathered since your initial Literature Review. Begin your document by drafting a working thesis for your final paper. Be prepared to edit after you’ve completed all sections of the final paper.  1.     Copy/paste in your revised/rewritten Literature Review. Your revised work must present a comprehensive overview of the contemporary research studies and other recent scholarly articles examining the topic approved by your instructor (a minimum of 7-9 relevant scholarly articles in this final version). If appropriate, your review may also include a limited number of discipline-specific reports from industry or government agencies. When using industry-related sources, be mindful of the potential bias involved and examine that in your review. Include additional scholarly sources as needed with appropriate citations. We expect you to expand the sources from your original Literature Review with other peer-reviewed sources specific to diversity and ethics.  2.     Draft a transition to move the reader from your Literature Review to your Diversity and Ethics section. Be sure you state the problem you are examining and its significance.  3.     Possibly some of what you wrote will work better in the introductory or concluding sections of the final paper, and that’s fine, so long as it’s covered! The resulting section will summarize who’s affected by the problem, key differences found in your examination of multiple perspectives, and the significance of such differences. 4.     Draft a transition to move the reader from your Diversity and Ethics section to your final section. 5.     Write a final, new section in which you advocate the most equitable solution to the problem examined. Draw upon the scholarly sources in your previous sections to substantiate your position. If necessary, provide further support with government reports and studies as well as non-governmental organizational reports and studies. 6.     Based on the work you’ve developed thus far, review and revise your working thesis.  7.     Draft a comprehensive introduction for your paper. Your original Research Proposal could be helpful here. 8.     Draft a conclusion that fully wraps up all themes and ideas presented in all the sections.  9.     Draft an Abstract that provides a preview of the entire paper in about a paragraph. 10.  Build your comprehensive reference list in correct APA7 format. The final submission will follow this basic framework: ·       Introduction o   Provide overview with significance of the issue related to field of study ·       Literature Review o   Conclude this section with concise statement of the problem based upon the literature ·       Diversity & Ethics o   Cultural perspectives & inequities  §  Analyze competing entities including disenfranchised/vulnerable groups §  Address issues such as in-group favoritism, intergroup bias, etc.  §  Integrate Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory in analyzing perspectives §  Summarize cultural perspectives and perceived inequities o   Ethical implications §  Analyze decision making and actions, social responsibility, applying specific ethical theories §  Identify possible pathways to equitable solutions §  Summarize compelling ethical issues o   Proposed solution §  Advocate most equitable, ethical solution to meet needs of vulnerable, disenfranchised §  Draw upon scholarly sources & previous sections to substantiate position §  Provide further support with government reports & studies, NGO reports & studies o   Conclusion  o   Reference list.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_promotion

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