Critique of academic paper

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First paper is Shaping Self- Disciplined Workers: A study of Silent Power in HRD by Vicki K. Carter,Sharon L. Howell and Fred M. Schied Pennsylvania State University

Paper two is Marketing God: A Critical inquiry into Spirituality in the Workplace by Fred Milacci and Sharon L.Howell. The Pennsylvania state University, USA

Please use harvard referencing and textbooks only

The third paper is The Problem of Power by ArthurL. Wilson Cornell University, USA Tom Nesbit, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Please strictly follow these procedures to write the critque
a) Summarise, Using your own word, the key points of the author’s concerns as outlined in the paper:
This is basically a comprehension exercise demonstrating your ability to accurately summarise the views expressed by the writer without contaminating them with your own beliefs, biases, etc. It will therefore be helpful in this section to draw selsctively on the author’s words to emphasise particular points.

b)Specificy evidence offered by the author in support of the concerns articulated:
This section includes evidence of your ability to identify and assess supporting evidence offered as a means of assessing the quality of thinking/ reasoning of the author/journal. We are also supported in extending and broadening of our own thinking / reasoning abilities as we take on board other perspectives/ evidences.

c)What is your postiton relative to the author’s concerns? What other positions were expressed in Classroom/other discussions/ papers: This section provides you with the opportunity of reflecting on your own beliefs, perception, position relating to the topics under discussion with a view of clarifying personal and professional accountabilities.

d) How does concerns and evidence discussed / surfaced with the this paper inform how you will move forward in DAPI?
The opportunity/ responsibility of making connections between objectives and subjective realities as they relate to accountability/ professional/ ethical concerns is the focus of this section.