Using a topic related to management from the SIOP research priority list and find three additional peer
reviewed articles in this area (in addition to any of the readings) that provide context to the topic. Write a 600 –
word summary (formatted according to APA guidelines) that discusses the contributions of the five additional
journal articles you selected and how these help to provide additional clarity on the topic.
The following are current topics and relevant journal articles in management that you:
Affect/emotion: Creed, W.D., Hudson, B.A., Okhuysen, G.A. and Smith-Crowe, K., 2014. Swimming in a sea of
shame: Incorporating emotion into explanations of institutional reproduction and change. Academy of
- Complete an annotated bibliography of the peer reviewed sources used. Each source should have a
minimum of 50 words review and answer a, b, and c below. Each source should:
a. Summarize the source and discuss the research study that was conducted and what the findings were.
b. Assess the source and discuss how useful it is and how it compares with other sources in your paper.
c. Reflect on how the source will be useful to you in your forum. How does it help to shape your argument and
how are you using it to shape your writing?
- Kellar (2014) states “we must love our neighbor, but Christianity gives us very specific teachings about
human nature and what makes human beings flourish. We must make sure that our work is done in line with
these understandings. Faithful work, then, is to operate out of a Christian Worldview” (p. 21).
The different Christian traditions “give somewhat different answers of how we should go about the task of
recapturing vocation. The streams are often confusing to Christians, for they are not perfectly complementary
to one another” (Kellar, 2014, p.21).
We are going to reflect on some of these sentiments that Kellar introduces in Every Good Endeavor.
The second sentiment we are going to look at is: “The way to serve God at work is to further social justice in
• Read Kellar (2014) Chapter 9: A New Story for Work
• Review the following article:
Freeman, R. (2004). Stakeholder theory and “the corporate objective revisited”. Organization Science, 15(3),
3a. What are your thoughts on stakeholder theory and Kellar’s writing? Are there similarities here and do you
agree or disagree with this sentiment that the way to serve God at work is to further social justice in the world?
Write a 285 -word reflection that incorporates the Freeman article.
Tan d (Gʺ/Gʹ) may be a useful indicator of processed cheese meltability43. The modulus value at tan δ =1(45°phase angle) is known as crossover modulus, where the material is equally solid and liquid like characteristics. It had been studied that if tan δ is less than 1 the material is more elastic, and when tan δ is more than 1 the material is more viscous35. In the temperature sweep test, Gʹ and Gʺ curves of the high concentration of PCT samples crossed each other (Gʹ = Gʺ or tan d = 1) at 60°C (gel-sol transition) and at higher temperatures, viscous behavior of the samples dominated the elastic one. All Gʹ and Gʺ of PCA samples have crossover point at about 62°C which DF=1 (Fig 6). Tan d of the samples containing different concentration of asparagus powder, had little change up to ~60°C and increased after this temperature (fig 6). These results showed that heating of the processed cheese samples more than 60°C increased the viscous behavior, indicating that the elastic component decreased to a greater extent than the viscous component, showing a weakening of the network arrangement. However, the protein-protein and protein-polysaccharide interactions might increase with heating up to 85 °C leading to less viscous behavior of the samples. Similar results have been achieved about model processed cheese containing basil seed gum45. Hennelly et al.44 showed that replacing fat with Inulin in the imitation cheese formula showed no significant effect on meltability. However, Gʹ and Gʺ of the processed cheeses containing the higher level of Inulin increased at temperatures more than 55°C. Existence of transition temperature in PCA samples proves that asparagus powder is much more effective than tomato powder at increasing the meltability of processed cheese. However, Different between transition temperatures among PCA samples was not Significant. Sensory analysis. Results obtained by the sensory analysis showed that color and flavor of processed cheese were not significantly (P > 0.05) changed with the increasing of asparagus concentration (P < 0.05) (Fig 7). Highest scores of flavor, color and total acceptance belonged to control processed cheese and processed cheese with 1% wt/wt tomato powder and lowest scores belonged to processed ch>GET ANSWER