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1 5-1 Assignment (1) - Results 13 items was required to report No of mistakes ranges from 0 - 7 Marks %: 72-80 (5) Mistakes > 5 81-95 (5) 96-100 (8)Mistakes < 3 Most common mistakes pertain to references Reminder Synopsis Proposal due on Feb 14 (20 marks) –Guidelines later today

2 5-2 Journal References Brewster, C. and Larsen, H.H. (1992) ‘Human resource management in Europe: evidence from ten countries’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 3(3): 409–34.(IJHRM) Wright, P. M., McMahan, G. C., McCormick, B., & Sherman, W. S. (1998). Strategy, core competence, and HR involvement as determinants of HR effectiveness and refinery performance. Human Resource Management, 37, 17–29. (HRM) Francis, H. and Keegan, A. (2006). ‘The changing face of HRM: in search of balance’. Human Resource Management Journal, 16: 3, 231–249. (HRMJ) Guest, D. (1987), “Human resource management and industrial relations”, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 24, pp. 503-22. (ER) Fisher, C. D. (1989). “Current and Recurrent Challenges in HRM.” Journal of Management, 15(2): 157-180.(HRP)

3 5-3 Book References Storey, J. (1995) Human Resource Management: A Critical Text. London: Routledge. (IJHRM) Nunnally, J. C., & Bernstein, I. H. (1994). Psychometric theory (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. (HRM) Ulrich, D. (1997). Human Resource Champions, Boston, MA: Harvard University Press. (HRMJ) Yin, R.K. (1994), Case Study Research, 2nd ed., Sage, London. (ER) Chalosfsky, N. (1989). What is HRD? Alexandria, VA: ASTD Press (HRP )

4 5-4 Other References CRANET (2000) ‘The Cranfield Network on International Human Resource Management (Cranet) project’, Centre for European Human Resource Management at Cranfield School of Management Available at: National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). (2000). The case for transforming public-sector human resource management. Washington, DC: Author. (HRM) CIPD (2007). Learning and Development: Annual Survey, London: CIPD. (HRMJ) SIS (2000), “State information service”, available at: yearbook 2000/html/index. htm (accessed 14 October 2001). (JIC)

5 5-5 APA-Referencing Journal Klimoski, R., & Palmer, S. (1993). The ADA and the hiring process in organisations. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 45(2), 10-36. Book: Bernstein, D. K., & Tiegerman, E. (1989). Language and communication disorders in children (2nd ed.).Columbus, OH: Merill. Internet source Author, A. A. (2000). Title of work. Retrieved month day, year, from source.

6 5-6 APA-Citing Paraphrasing is when you summarize the ideas, concepts or words 2 Authors Jones and Brady (1991) continued to find … The authors found the same result in the second and third trials (Jones & Brady, 1991). 3 to 5 authors Campbell, Brady, Bradley, and Smithson (1991) found ….(first citation) Campbell et al. (1991) found ….(subsequent citations) 6 or more Authors Campbell et al. (1991) found …

7 5-7 APA-Quotes Quotations of less than 40 words (approximately) should form part of the text and be designated with double quotation marks. With quotations of 40 or more words, DO NOT use quotation marks; set the quotation in block style.

8 5-8 APA-General guidelines Use Arabic numbers 10 and above unless the numeral begins a sentence. Courier or Times Roman; Size 12 points. Justify left side of the paper only; except quotes of 40 words or more.

9 5-9 Measurements Levels Ordersize 0-origin NominalNo No No Ordinal YesNo No Interval YesYes No Ratio YesYes Yes Valid instrument generates Reliable information C C P C C D S T P C I S

10 5-10 Sampling-terms Population:The entire group Element:A single member Census:A count of all elements Frame:List of all population elements Sample:A subset of the population SubjectA single member of the sample

11 5-11 Sampling Good Sample: Accurate: absence of bias Precise estimate: error Types of Design: Probability Non-probability

12 5-12 Sampling-Steps What ? Relevant population Parameters of interest Sampling frame Type of sample Sample size Cost and time

13 5-13 Probability Sampling Designs Simple random sampling Systematic sampling Stratified sampling –Proportionate –Disproportionate Cluster sampling Area sampling Double sampling

14 5-14 Nonprobability Sampling-Why? Procedure satisfactorily meets the sampling objectives Lower Cost Limited Time Not as much human error as selecting a completely random sample Total list population not available

15 5-15 Nonprobability Sampling Convenience Sampling Purposive Sampling –Judgment Sampling –Quota Sampling

16 5-16 Data Collection-Source type Primary: Information gathered by the researcher. Secondary Information gathered by others.

17 5-17 Data Collection-Methods Focus Group VS Panel Interviews: Structured or Unstructured Face-to-face or Telephonic Questionnaires: Personally; Mailed or Electronic Observational: Data Analysis: Already Covered

18 5-18 Synopsis Proposal- Guidelines Title: specific; summary of the synopsis Introduction: variables, background, justification, hypothesis (if any) Lt Review: base paper; important; most relevant min 25- sources Methodology: PT SUIT, Population, sample, measures, data collection and analysis References:use APA style; times new roman 12 Total Pages:5 to 8of letter size

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