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Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this. Please be sure to only read, use, and cite the sources that have been attached. Please be sure to incorporate all of the sources that I have provided into your answer.
Hi, I need someone to write a section for a literature review that is meant for an academic research paper topic on whether leaders are born or made. Please do not write an introduction or conclusion since this is going to be a part of a larger paper. The literature review is going to be thematic. The theme section for the thematic literature review that I need help with is “What it takes to be a Great Leader (Not everyone has the talent to be a great leader, every leader needs more than just skills to fulfill the role).” I included a link below on how to write a literature review, please be sure to follow this so that you can properly structure the literature review. The purpose of a literature review is to gain an understanding of the existing research and debates relevant to a particular topic or area of study, and to present that knowledge in the form of a written report.
Please only read, use, and cite the sources that I have provided only. I have provided the page numbers from the sources that I attached that contain relevant information to the theme of “What it takes to be a Great Leader (Not everyone has the talent to be a great leader, every leader needs more than just skills to fulfill the role)” which pertains to the central theme of whether leaders are born or made.
What it takes to be a Great Leader (Not everyone has the talent to be a great leader, every leader needs more than just skills to fulfill the role)
i. Boerma (Pages: 1, 4)
ii. Haraida (Pages: 1-3, 5-6)
iii. Khan (Pages: 2-5, 7)
iv. Larsson (Pg. 2)
v. Hughes (Pages: 131, 262, 322, 510, 553, 643)
vi. Mango (Pages 5-6, 12)
vii. Meier (Pg. 1237)
viii. By (Pages: 4-7, 10)
ix. Bohl (Pages 2-4, 8, 16)
x. Yip (Pages 8, 10-14, 20-25)
xi. Zulqar (Pages 8-10)
3. Read the selected articles thoroughly and evaluate them
Evaluate and synthesize the studies’ ﬁndings and conclusions.
Note the following:
Assumptions some or most researchers seem to make
Methodologies, testing procedures, subjects, material tested researchers use
Experts in the ﬁeld: names/labs that are frequently referenced
Conflicting theories, results, methodologies
Popularity of theories and how this has/has not changed over time
6. Write the paper
Follow the organizational structure you developed above, including the headings and subheadings you constructed.
Make certain that each section links logically to the one before and after.
Structure your sections by themes or subtopics, not by individual theorists or researchers.
Tip: If you ﬁnd that each paragraph begins with a researcher’s name, it might indicate that, instead of evaluating and comparing the research literature from an analytical point of view, you have simply described what research has been done.
Prioritize analysis over description.
For example, look at the following two passages and note that Student A merely describes the literature, whereas Student B takes a more analytical and evaluative approach by comparing and contrasting. You can also see that this evaluative approach is well signaled by linguistic markers indicating logical connections (words such as “however,” “moreover”) and phrases such as “substantiates the claim that,” which indicate supporting evidence and Student B’s ability to synthesize knowledge.
Student A: Smith (2000) concludes that personal privacy in their living quarters is the most important factor in nursing home residents’ perception of their autonomy. He suggests that the physical environment in the more public spaces of the building did not have much impact on their perceptions. Neither the layout of the building nor the activities available seem to make much difference. Jones and Johnstone make the claim that the need to control one’s environment is a fundamental need of life (2001), and suggest that the approach of most institutions, which is to provide total care, may be as bad as no care at all. If people have no choices or think that they have none, they become depressed.
Student B: After studying residents and staff from two intermediate care facilities in Calgary, Alberta, Smith (2000) came to the conclusion that except for the amount of personal privacy available to residents, the physical environment of these institutions had minimal if any effect on their perceptions of control (autonomy). However, French (1998) and Haroon (2000) found that availability of private areas is not the only aspect of the physical environment that determines residents’ autonomy. Haroon interviewed 115 residents from 32 different nursing homes known to have different levels of autonomy (2000). It was found that physical structures, such as standardized furniture, heating that could not be individually regulated, and no possession of a house key for residents limited their feelings of independence. Moreover, Hope (2002), who interviewed 225 residents from various nursing homes, substantiates the claim that characteristics of the institutional environment such as the extent of resources in the facility, as well as its location, are features which residents have indicated as being of great importance to their independence.
Requirements: 4 Full Pages Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced APA Format Excluding the Title and Reference Pages
Please provide an answer that is 100% original and do not copy the answer to this question from any other website since I am already well aware of this
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please only read, use, and cite the source that has been listed only
Please be sure to include in-text citations
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