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    #1

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    Is the following right? For example, is the use of "business owners' perceived success of the business" (without "the") correct?
    The purpose of the study is to fill the gap by examining 1) what type of leadership or leadership behavior has led to business owners' perceived success of the business?, 2) what type of management skills in business owners has led to their perceived success of the business?, and 3) what are the underlying themes and contexts that account for business owners’ perceived success of the business?

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    #2

    Re: the

    the business = the company under consideration, so I think you need the article

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    #3

    Re: the

    eunkum, I'm wondering why you find it necessary to limit your thread titles to a single word. This is the seventh thread you have started with the same unhelpful title.

    A better title for this thread would have been (the) business owners.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 30-Sep-2015 at 23:10.

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