What I will describe here can help you build a solid framework around your analysis. This essential to strive to more clearly define the sorts of existing work that your work builds upon.
This also presupposes references and citations specifically about surveys that look at attitudes towards work locally. I know that Hofstede’s cross cultural work is useful on one level, but it would be helpful to enrich such work with sources that give specific examples that you can point to in workplace culture. It’s important to also add the aspect of cross-cultural theory in order to more solidly locate the references you already use that is based on research from many different types of cultures, including national culture and workplace culture. But it’s important to situate ‘attitudes’ towards aspect of work as one underlying factor in employee motivation. So please also make sure to cite studies that look at attitude towards work in this industry, and/or other comparable factors such as working or leadership style, demographic make-up, regionality, etc. You already make good efforts to compare your work to that of existing work, and this is useful. Contrast this with your findings.
You should also do this compare/contrasting with your methodology, and make clear where yours has a more solid protocol, having built on the learnings of the studies your cite.
Make sure to be more clear about how your study will add to such findings (you could also neatly add such language to your research rationale, for example). See existing work as a foundation upon which your work builds, so be sure to make clear where your work fits in.
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