A research design is a blueprint that is developed to conduct the research and tackles four elements: the research question being studied, the relevant data, the data collection, and the analysis of the findings. The dependence on the researcher's orientation and on research questions produces the best research design. The subject at hand undertakes the comparative study between the two styles of leadership. It compares the democratic styles of leadership with authoritarian style.
A research proposition is a declarative statement of a concept. A proportion is, basically, the concept narration in a research study, which needs the similar levels of precision and caution which is expected by conducting a scientific research (Gall, Borg, & Gall, 1996). This research is carried with the concept of leadership styles and their applications in mind. It tends to study, in details, the theories on Motivation and Leadership with a particular attention towards authoritarian and Democratic styles of Leadership, while bringing in various dimensions to assist the understanding and interpretation of the dynamics of the procedures enforcing the motivation in organizations.
The current topic, through a deep literature search, enables the researcher to study the latest contributions to Authoritarian and Democratic Leadership that emerge from the globalized organizations and Hofstede's cross-cultural psychology, psychology of personality styles for reinterpretation of charismatic leadership in social purpose, and the concept of leadership for change-oriented organizations. Thus, a comparative analysis is performed for the current study.
The current study will use various sources to obtain literature from. The data on the leadership and motivation theories will be gathered from peer-review journals, websites and databases. All the information will be investigated and studied in-depth for its reliability and authenticity. The knowledge on subject will also be extracted through interviews from the respondents, and this will support ...