Identifying a Doctoral Study for Evaluation Choose a doctoral study that is focused on a business-related topic. The search terms œqualitative and œbusiness find many options to explore, or search for sample study that is directly related to your emerging doctoral study research topic. Do not choose a master’s thesis or an undergraduate study. Choose a qualitative doctoral study, or a mixed-methods doctoral study with a substantial qualitative component that has data collections and data analysis sections. This study should be done within five years. If you are uncertain if your selected doctoral study meets these requirements, please discuss this with your Instructor. If you choose a mixed-method doctoral study, focus only on the qualitative components in the paper for this course. Also, keep in mind that this doctoral study will be used as a basis for subsequent assignments in the next few weeks which you will describe and evaluate different sections of the sample study you choose. The Crochetiere doctoral study listed in this week’s Learning Resources is an example of a qualitative research document similar to that required for you to find this week. If you are performing research specifically related to sustainability, you may petition the Instructor to potentially allow you to use this doctoral study for analysis purposes in this course. Important note: During application assignments in Weeks 2, 3, 5, and 6, you will be reviewing and analyzing the doctoral study you identify this week. For this Application: Identify a study or ProQuest in the library or google scholar, and submit a full citation using correct APA style (6th ed.) for your chosen doctoral study, along with the study abstract in one word document.