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- You will develop a research proposal paper to examine the research questions and/or hypotheses you have identified in your literature review presentation. Your research proposal should include the following:
- Re-introduction of your topic, including a concise review of the relevant literature and existing gaps/limitations identified in this literature
- Clear specification of your research questions and/or hypotheses
- Inclusion of the “Methods” section: An detailed account of your proposed study, the selected research design and method, as well as the data collection and analysis procedures involved
- Discussion of 2-4 strengths and weaknesses associated with your proposed study, followed by strategies that may address the weaknesses identified
- The research proposal paper is required to be 13-15 pages long. This page requirement does not include the cover page, abstract, references, and appendices (if any).
- Please make sure to follow the specific citation style, paper formatting, and submission requirements noted under the “Assignment Guidelines” section below in this syllabus. Note: Please label your file in the following way before submitting it online: LastName_ResearchProposal – E.g., Tan_ResearchProposal.
I upload the presentation and her feedback
and now i want you to work on this peaper acording to the same subject
Alavoine, D. C. (2014). GENDER ISSUES ABOUT NEGOTIATION:A DIFFERENT PERCEPTION OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DRIVING FORCES? Nice, France: IPAG Business School Nice,.
Eriksson, K. H., & Sandberg, A. (2012). Gender Differences in the Initiation of Negotiation: Does the Gender of the Negotiation Counterpart Matter? Harvard Kennedy School.
KARRASS. (2011, May 4). Female Negotiators: Are You Giving up Power? Retrieved from Business Negotiation, Career Negotiation, Negotiating in Life, Negotiating Tips : http://www.karrass.com/blog/tag/gender-differences-and-negotiation/
J., Hüffmeier, J., Freund, P. A., Stuhlmacher, A. F., Bilke, L., & Hertel,
G. (2014). A Meta-Analysis on Gender Differences in Negotiation Outcomes and
Their Moderators. Psychological