Articles Collection trticht 0% Due: Friday Week 5, 11.30 pm
Undertake a literature review on a theoretical concept/construct of dining consumption In a restaurant context that has real world management implications (e.g., customer satisfaction, behavioural intention, customer perception of authenticity, motivation, dining experience etc.). Research the field to find four academic articles (the first article to propose the theory) relating to the concept (published any time); and three other more recent articles (2013 onwards) one of which must apply a quantitative research design, the second, a qualitative design and the third, a mixed method (qualitative and quantitative) design.
Please note that all articles must be full papers (e.g., not research notes, book reviews) sourced from refereed
academic journals. Please review them and write an 1,000 word structured abstract, which draws upon all the articles you have reviewed, using the following headings:
• Brief summary of the theory and progression in the field (i.e., how has the theory developed since first proposed?)
• Common themes/findings across the four articles.
• Different themes/findings across the four articles.
• Study limitations and how these differ across the various study designs (quantitative, qua/aeon).
• Future research directions proposed in the articles.
The assessment criteria can be found on page 9 (and on VU Collaborate). Submit the following (tau,- t. separate files) onto the Assessment Dropbox through VU Collaborate by Friday Week 6, 11 30 pm
- Assignment cover sheet;
List of reviewed articles (see page 8);
Reviewed articles; and
- Structured abstract.
Structured Abstract [overall 1000 words for all five sections]
1. Brief summary of the theory and progression in the field g a, what are the key theoretical explanations of the issue, how has the theory developed since first proposed, etc?)
2. Common themes/findings across the four articles
3. Different themes/findings across the four articles
4. Study limitations and how these differ across the various study designs (quantitative, qualitative)
5 Future research directions proposed in the articles