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RESEACH
APPLICATION IN
GLOBAL BUSINESS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1
a) Critical appraisal of research objectives.................................................................................1
b) Critical analysis of research methodology..............................................................................3
c) Critical evaluation of research conclusion..............................................................................5
d) Critical evaluation of limitations of the research....................................................................7
CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8
REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTION
Globalization has enhanced business aspects to a new spectrum of research and
development. Planning, analysis and investigation are few necessary requirements of the
business unit. In order to determine the changing market trends, consumers needs, legal impacts,
social issues of organizational growth aspects, research application and analysis plays a
significant role. It helps researchers in defining issues efficiently and evaluate the same in order
to attain the specified business results. A successful research analysis demands effective research
objectives, well defined research problems, structured and integrated methodology, extensive
data analysis and effective analysis and conclusions as well. The present study will critically
evaluate the research paper mentioned in the study and will undertake an in-depth analysis of
individual research sections. It will examine all research segments in order to identify the
strengths, weaknesses and limitations of the research findings. In-depth analysis of research tools
will be undertaken for the present study.
a) Critical appraisal of research objectives
Business ethics is one of the emerging and critical concept of the global economy. Ethical
practices in corporate world demands effective understanding of the subject and its impact on the
individual perception (Bhal and Dadhich, 2011). The concept of whistle blowing has been
recognised from the year 1960 and has continuously argued upon thereon. Different legal
procedures and policies has been developed to enhance and justify the concept yet there are
significant challenges and social pressures associated with the same. Increasing work complexity
and fierce market competition has created a social impact on the business world. The concept is
social and widely subjective. Hence, different debates and researches has been carried out in
order to analyse a justified impact and analysis. The present research paper discusses the similar
issues and covers wide dimensions associated with the subject.
The research paper written by Chen C and Lai C (2014), focuses on examining the
concept of whistle blowing in he business units and challenges and issues associated with the
same. The research topic for the study is “ To blow or not to blow the whistle: the effects of
potential harm, social pressure and organizational commitment on whistle blowing intension and
behaviour”. The topic of the research is wide and well extensive. In order to analyse the social
impact researcher has undertaken a rational approach for conducting research and attaining
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results for the study. The study links theoretical framework with research problems for attaining
effective and well investigated results.
The introductory section of the study provides a detailed and reflective analysis of the
current business scenario and concept of whistle blowing. It examines the significance of the
concept with different case analysis which reveals a positive emphasis of the study and
determine valid research results for the same. This section describes literatures associated with
the study and critically review the same in order to attain valid and corrective research results. It
discusses the factors affecting individual decision making process for whistle blowing and
ethical concepts (Hunton and Rose, 2011). The research framework develops an effective and
well developed understanding about all the related issues with individual behaviours measures
and organizational contribution for the same. The study however has not undertaken the legal
and judiciary aspects with the associated concept. Moreover, the literature gap has been analysed
on the basis of social perspective which reflects substantive inclination towards problems and
challenges associated with it.
The researcher has developed hypothesis for attaining research results in an effective
manner. However, the major drawback of the present study is that no specific objectives have
been developed for analysing and attaining the research results. Well developed hypothesis has
been developed by the rehearser which has effectively managed and maintained the research
results for the present study. The key issue of the research is to analyse effect of whistle blowing
behaviour of an individual (Depoorter and De Mot, 2006). The researcher has developed 6
hypotheses the present study. It has been created to address every aspects of research problem to
attain appropriate findings. The author undertook an effective and well developed approach to
cover every behavioural and social impact of or the study. Research structured analysed the
elements being researched in the study.
A comparative analysis of the study with research paper given by Pierson, Forcht and
Bauman revealed that the application of the concept in research study is a complicated task. This
research paper analysed the ethical code of conduct and legal aspects of the concepts as well.
The stated paper analysed the issues which caused the ethical dilemma for the employees and
individuals. Another research reflects that ethical employee behaviour is important and
significant for the business as it helps in analysing the ethical gaps in the business and develop
effective measures to overcome the same. However critical review regarding the significance of
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