For the first article, locate, download, and read a scholarly article that would

For the first article, locate, download, and read a scholarly article that would support doctoral research on the Virtuous Business Model.
Consider using a Boolean search on one or more words/phrases: virtuous business, virtuous organizations, virtuous leaders, virtue and ethics, Christ-centered, or any of the words contained in the VBM.
Conduct the Boolean search to obtain a scholarly article (Article 1) that is recent and has full text with references.
When selecting the second article (Article 2) from the references list, again choose a publication that would support research on the Virtuous Business Model.
Compare Article 1 and Article 2 using all the questions from Exercise 4.3, as listed below. Write your initial post in a minimum of 250–300 words using the following prompts:
Omissions. Is there any important information found in Article 2 that the authors of Article 1 left out when citing the publication?
Contradictions. Do the authors of Article 1 contradict the authors of Article 2 in any way that is neglected to be mentioned?
Differences. Are there any differences in theoretical orientations, conceptual definitions, measurement strategies, or findings?
Selectivity. Can you make an argument that the authors of Article 1 used information from the earlier publication in a selective (or even somewhat misleading) fashion?
Working Bibliography. Select one of the two articles (Article 1 or Article 2) to complete a working bibliography per the example document.
Annotated Bibliography. Use the remaining article to complete an annotated bibliography per the example document.
Format the working bibliography and annotated bibliography like the examples provided.
Use Grammarly to edit your discussion post, classmate response, and writing exercise content before submitting.
Use APA for all citations and references in the uploaded documents and the discussion forum postings.
Post your initial response by the end of the fourth day (Day 4) of the workshop.
Upload the working bibliography and the annotated bibliography to the post as two separate Word documents.
Read and respond to at least one of your classmates’ postings by the end of the workshop.
Facilitate engaging dialogue and evidence critical thinking when addressing your classmate’s posting. Utilize one or more of the following ways to engage in scholarly dialogue and expand learning around the topics in this workshop:
Extension: Expand the discussion.
Relevancy: Relate the topic to a current event.
Exploratory: Probe facts and basic knowledge.
Challenge: Interrogate assumptions, conclusions or interpretations.
Relational: Make comparisons or contrasts of themes, ideas, or issues.
Diagnostic: Probe motives or causes.
Action: Identify application or an action in personal or work life.
Cause & Effect: Cite causal relationships between ideas, actions or events.
Hypothetical: Pose a change in the facts or issues.
Priority: Seek to identify the most important issues.
Summary: Elicit synthesis

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