This guide contains resources for Professor Gill's 'Storytelling & The Entrepreneur' course. Here you will find links to library resources where you can find articles to complete your literature review for your final paper.
Final paper: Interviewing for and Analyzing the narratives and stories of entrepreneurs
Purpose: To apply the lens we have been exploring this semester to a “real world” example and
develop insight into how entrepreneurs might improve, modify, or craft consequential stories.
The general structure of the paper should be:
Introduction, including thesis and preview of main points
Literature review, or overview of the approach and relevant concepts that
underpin your research question (you may use writing from your short projects)
Methods discussion, including an overview of the data set and analytic process
Presentation of findings, or the themes that you surfaced and examples of how
they match relevant concepts (that echo those in the literature review)
Extended conclusion that draws out what is interesting or important about these
findings, including why they matter
Appendices (as necessary)
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