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AON Organisational Structure

Removal of Redundant Relationships in an AON Project Network for Evaluating Schedule Complexity (By
H. A. Bashir) J. Constr. Eng. Manage. 136, 787 (2010) a) Method of getting the source - using Google to search for “AON Organisational Structure” - switch the Google to Google Scholar, which filter out all non-academics resources - “Agent-organized networks for dynamic team formation” was shown up as the first result. - click in the title and is directed to http://ascelibrary.org/coo/resource/1/jcemd4/v136/i7/p787_s1? isAuthorized=no - the article need to be purchased in order to view it completely but abstracts are available b) Relevance Currency - published in 2010 -> 1-2years old source - still useful in academics writing, as AON Organisation Structure. -> a source will be defined as currently usable as long as the strucure of (or basically background) has not been changed significantly c) Methodology - this article contains both primary and secondary sources - For primary source, interviews were conducted d) Bias/Unbias - this research is mainly based on quantitative analysis, which is in a relatively objective perspective - limitations of the research are stated ,which shows the author had critically investigated the topic - implications for practice are stated, which also reflects the consideration of the reality in the article e) Author - H. A. Bashir Dept. of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Sultan Qaboos Univ. - published 34 essay in the topics in industrial engineering and mechanical engineering. - however, he is not a world-known author

which is a recent source. which is a acceptable amount.the author’s arguments are objective.this article is a compound of primary and secondary sources . which filter out all non-academics resources Private health insurance in Uganda: bridging the gap in public health provision?” -“ was shown up as the fifth or sixth result. as: AON organisational Structure • Methodology . .Private health insurance in Uganda: bridging the gap in public health provision? (By Emma Michelle Taylor) (Development in Practice Volume 18.this research is based on qualitative analysis.using Google to search for “AON Organisational Structure” .published in 21 Jan 2008 -> 2 years old.click in the title and is directed to http://www.For primary source.use definition by authority to develop his augments  is a scientific method to illustrate the topic it Bias/Unbias . interviews were conducted . Issue 1. 2008) a) Method of getting the source . the article cited 12 resources to back up his idea.the article need to be purchased in order to view it completely but abstracts are available b) Relevance Currency .switch the Google to Google Scholar.com/doi/abs/10. which try to construe the reason behind the results .1080/09614520701779007 .interviewers was chosen on the basis of availability of a school roster -For secondary source.and is useful in academics writing.the arguments were well developed with data to support . . . which are not extreme  the article is unbiased. .tandfonline.

“The impact of African American Fathers on Adolescent Sexual behvior” was shown up as the first result. NY. who are African American adolescents between the ages of 14 and 17 .but still can be useful in academics writing. Agent-organized networks for dynamic team formation Matthew E.click “save” in the bottom right corner . which filter out all non-academics resources.using Google scholar.this article is also a compound of primary and secondary sources .routledge. (By .very similar results came up in the first two pages . interviews were conducted .For primary source. which makes it authentic and can be used for academic purposes.published in 1996 in Journal of Marriage and Family -> 16 years old source .com/. USA 2005) ) Method of getting the source . which is global publisher of academic books and journals. GastonUniversity of Maryland Baltimore CountyMarie desJardinsUniversity of Maryland Baltimore County) (ACM New York.it is a relatively research with only nearly 750 students responded .one of the major changes is the rapid maturity of globalisation -> the living cultures in US are fusion of different variety of people The character of African American Fathers is diminished this source is not relevant in term of currency Methodology .The interviews were processed in the interviewer’s home by questionnaires .com . to search for “Teenager sexual behaviour” .the resource is then can be used freely in the computer Currency .there are 751 respondents. .67% of the eligibles were successfully interviewed. as long as the background culture do not change greatly -> a source will be defined as currently usable as long as the culture of (or basically background) has not been changed significantly many changes in social culture between 1996 and 2012 .the average length of one interview is 66 mins Analysis: .the long interview may make the students to loss patience and interfere the accuracy of the result. .click in the title and is directed to springerlink.• Author -The author Emma Michelle Taylor is affiliated with http://www.than narrow down the topic by adding a word “father” .

and it is no necessity of father to be authoritative  the article is biased with a kind of sexual discrimination. Author .this neglects the case of househusband .cannot be generalised as the culture different between races -> not useful if the topic is not about African American This is not a good source to use as the poor currency. of behavioural scientist in State University . Dittus is a Ph.one of the major assumption in the article is that father is the economic pillar . d) Relevancy to designed topic . bias and irrelevant content. which is only specific in African American Fathers .D.the topic is too narrow.is not an authoritative expert although the author is not a popular scholar. the article cited a lot of resources to back up his idea  the problem in method of research is the doubt about the accuracy of the primary research Bias/Unbias . his writing can still be reliable.adolescent perceptions of paternal attitudes were predictive of teen sexual behaviour -independent of adolescent perceptions of maternal attitudes .-For secondary source.Patricia J. c) Summarised arguments .the effects of live-in status on sexual behaviour were mediated by adolescent perceptions of paternal attitudes.published 2 article on sexual behaviour . . problematic methodology.