Answer the following seven questions separately. In your own words, identify and discuss the main argument (also known as a thesis or line of reasoning) presented in this article (200 words +/- 10% = 2 marks). In your own words, identify and discuss the assumptions and limitations of the research in the article, that readers need to be aware of. (250 words+/- 10% = 2 marks). In your own words, identify and discuss the main conclusions of this article (200 words+/- 10% = 4 marks). In your own words, identify and discuss the main ideas in this article relevant to the themes and/or concepts taught in MGT100 (250 words+/- 10% = 3 marks). In your own words, discuss an example of a real business, either a place you have worked at or a workplace you are aware of. What CSR approach and strategy does this business follow? Justify your response and include some recommendations (450 words +/- 10% = 6 marks). Find two peer reviewed journal articles on corporate social responsibility (CSR). These articles can be used in Assessment Item 4, which will be a report. Present these articles using APA 6th referencing style and briefly explain why you believe these are relevant articles (up to 150 words +/- 10% = 2 marks). Provide two sentences and appropriate citations. In the first sentence, provide one indirect (paraphrased) quote from one of the peer reviewed journal articles shown in Q6 (directly above). In the second sentence, provide one direct quote from the other peer reviewed journal article shown in 6 (directly above) (up to 100 words +/-10% @ 0.5 mark each = 1 mark). Remember to include a reference list that starts on a new page. *Writing about an idea in your own words is mainly paraphrasing. Paraphrasing indicates you understand another author's idea so well that you can change the words (but not the meaning!) to suit your own writing style and topic. Paraphrasing is also a legitimate way to borrow an idea so long as you cite and reference the source from which you borrowed it. (see owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/owlprint/619/). Rationale back to top Subject learning outcomes This assessment task will work towards assessing the following learning outcome/s: be able to research and compare various sources of information about management. be able to compare and contrast the work of influential management thinkers and researchers. be able to express opinions on management issues with clarity, from both personal and more objective positions that are backed up with sound evidence and analysis. This assessment provides an opportunity for you to learn to: research and compare various sources of information about management compare and contrast the work of influential management thinkers and researchers express opinions on management issues with clarity, from both personal and more objective positions that are backed up with sound evidence and analysis apply management theory in order to analyse management dilemmas and problems, and provide recommendations for action present academic writing (academic literacy and numeracy) use APA6th citation and referencing (academic literacy and numeracy). Graduate learning outcomes This task also contributes to the assessment of the following CSU Graduate Learning Outcome/s: Academic Literacy and Numeracy (Knowledge) - CSU Graduates understand the use and structure of appropriate language in written, oral, visual, mathematical, and multi-modal communication. Academic Literacy and Numeracy (Skill) - CSU Graduates demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills necessary to understand and interpret information and communicate effectively according to the context. Academic Literacy and Numeracy (Application) - CSU Graduates consider the context, purpose, and audience when gathering, interpreting, constructing, and presenting information. Information and Research Literacies (Knowledge) - CSU Graduates demonstrate that disciplinary knowledge is developed through research and evidence. Information and Research Literacies (Skill) - CSU Graduates demonstrate the skills required to locate, access and critically evaluate existing information and data. Information and Research Literacies (Application) - CSU Graduates synthesize and apply information and data to different contexts to facilitate planning, problem solving and decision making. Professional Practice (Knowledge) - CSU Graduates possess the knowledge and understanding of the discipline and the nature of professionalism required for the given profession or discipline in contemporary societies. Professional Practice (Skill) - CSU Graduates demonstrate discipline-specific technical capabilities and self-appraisal required for a beginning practitioner or professional.