Identify the source authors and discuss their place in society

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Jun 7, 2021

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Challenge: What are effective strategies for managing workplace stress across a variety of socioeconomic levels? Describe the complex challenge and factors that contribute to the complexity of this issue
Demographics of the individuals/group affected by the challenge
The magnitude of the issue in the community affected by the challenge
Commonly held assumptions or obstacles around this issue
Social conditions that exist specific to this challenge
Cultural or societal issues specific to this challenge
Discipline-specific subject or branch of knowledge
Research: Use evidence-based research, as appropriate to the discipline, that informs your recommendations.
Annotated Bibliography:
Identify the source authors and discuss their place in society
Discuss the purpose of the piece and why it was written
Explain the value or ideas behind the content in the source
Address the credibility of the piece (why or why not)
Methods: Include research that is appropriate to the methods that would be used by the professionals using the particular lenses(social sciences and humanities). This may include qualitative data, quantitative data, or both.
Qualitative research that provides context and information on aspects of your challenge and informs your recommendations
Case studies that address issues relevant to your challenge
Comparisons on issues relevant to your challenge
Information on focus groups or interviews that were conducted and tackle questions relevant to your challenge
Quantitative research that is grounded in numerical evidence and informs your recommendations. For example, if your challenge is on the quality of water, you would want to have quantitative data from impacted communities, such as scientific data that support your recommendations.
Survey data
Chi-square
Correlation
Time Series
T-Test
ANOVA
Recommendations:
Solution: Propose a specific course of action or actions that represent a reasonable solution for your complex challenge, supported by at least five of the most appropriate sources in your annotated bibliography
Applicable methods
Applicable tools or technologies
Necessary resources
Interpretation: Discuss the research and how your interpretation supports your recommendations
What the research says in regard to the challenge you are addressing and recommendations you make
How you see this research as supporting the recommendations you are making
Significance: Discuss the significance and limitations of the research in supporting your recommendations
Geographical global/national/local impacts
Cultural, technological, scientific, etc., aspects
Conclusion: Defend the action or course of action you have recommended over the alternatives based on:
Utility of the type of methods or methodologies in addressing previous challenges of this type
Necessary resources, tools/technologies to implement proposed recommendations
Implications of your proposed recommendations
Ethical effects or consequences
Any additional concerns around implementing the specific course of action or actions, if applicable

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