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Review the “Reference List Example” in the topic study materials.    
This assignment will help you prepare for the Topic 3 “Annotated Bibliography” and the Topic 4 “Three Pillars and Future Impact” assignments. Review the directions in Topic 3 and Topic 4 assignments for details.
Pick an industry (health care, marketing, retail, technology, etc.) with which you are familiar. Using Google Scholar, the GCU Library, or another reputable site, identify industry-relevant scholarly sources that support the three pillars concepts: servant leadership, ethics, and entrepreneurism. Refer to the topic study materials to determine what is considered a scholarly resource. Create a title page and a references list that cites nine references from the past five years. Include at the following types of references:

Five journal articles (include at least one article for each of the three pillars: servant leadership, ethics, and entrepreneurism)
One book
One website
One dissertation/thesis from a database
One book chapter

References List Comment by Shaunna Waltemeyer: Guidelines for formatting your title page:

Title written in bold in the upper quarter of the page.

Student Name
College Name, Grand Canyon University
Course Number: Course Title
Instructor’s Name
Assignment Due Date

Student Name
Colangelo College of Business, Grand Canyon University
UNV-504: Introduction to Graduate Studies
Instructor Name
October 1, 2020

References Comment by Shaunna Waltemeyer: Include the word “References” on the first line, centered, in 12 pt. Times New Roman bold font. Comment by Shaunna Waltemeyer: Please note, references are listed in alphabetical order.
Armstrong, K. L., Walsh, P., & Dees, W. (2019). Sport marketing. In P. M. Pederson & L. Thibault (Eds.), Contemporary sport management (6th ed., pp. 246-271). Human Kinetics.
Carter, I., Damianakis, T., Munro, S., Skinner, H., Matin, S., & Nash Andrews, T. (2018). Exploring online and blended course delivery in social group work. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 38(5), 486-503. https://doi: 10.1080/08841233.2018.1523824 Comment by Shaunna Waltemeyer: Journal article.

DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is a unique string of numbers, symbols, and letters used to permanently an article or document on the Internet. A DOI helps your reader easily locate a document from your citation.
Forsythe, L. M., Davis, L. Y., & Mueller, J. M. (2018). Guiding entrepreneurs through the quagmire of business entities: Three hypothetical scenarios for discussion. Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy, 1(3), 258-271. https://doi:10.1177/2515127418782144
Hollander, M. M. (2012). Dealing with dual differences: Methodological innovations and new lessons from the Milgram experiment (Publication No. 10289373) [Doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison]. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global.
Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. (2006). Retrieved from
Sahawneh, F. G., & Benuto, L. T. (2018). The relationship between instructor servant leadership behaviors and satisfaction with instructors in an online setting. Online Learning, 22(1), 107–129. https://doi: 10.24059/olj.v22i1.1066
Swers, M. L. (2013). Women in the club: Gender and policy making in the Senate. University of Chicago Press. Comment by Shaunna Waltemeyer: Book reference.

Title of the book is written in italics. The publisher is written in regular font at the end of the reference.
Wu, R., & Cheng, X. (2016). Gender equality in the workplace: The effect of gender equality on productivity growth among the Chilean manufacturers, The Journal of Developing Areas, 50(1), 257-274.
Yin, R. (2 Ed.). (2016). Qualitative research from start to finish. The Guilford Press. Comment by Shaunna Waltemeyer: Book.

Note: The title of the book is italicized with on the first word capitalized. You would also capitalize the first word following a colon or semi-colon and proper nouns.

In regular font, include the name of the publisher.
Yu-Kang, L. (2014). Gender stereotypes as a double-edged sword in political advertising. International Journal of Advertising, 33(2), 203-234. https://doi:10.2501/IJA-33-2-203- 234
Yu-Kang, L. (2014). Gender stereotypes as a double-edged sword in political advertising. International Journal of Advertising, 33(2), 203-234. Comment by Shaunna Waltemeyer: Journal article, no DOI included.

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