Gynecological examination mentioned in the photograph

The introduction and conclusion of this essay must be shorter and the references above is really important for this essay. My tutor is highly recommended me to use Emersons article (the first reference I mentioned in reference requirements. And also I will upload some other articles and files and those are really important too. My course name is Management Psychology and I am studying Business Management. So I dont know if it relates to business.

Referencing Requirements:
1.Emerson, J 1970 Behaviour in Private Places: sustaining definitions of reality in Gynaecolgical Examinations, reprinted in Salaman, G and Thompson, K (eds) 1973 People and Organisations, London: Longman.

2.Hopfl, H 1992 Great Expectations? A study of the life plans of boarding school boys and craft apprenticesin Interpreting Career: Hermeneutical Studies of Lives in Context, Collin, A and Young, R (eds): Praeger, April 1992. ISBN: 02759395021.

3.Goffman, E 1971 Asylums, Harmondworth: Penguin. (Especially discussion of underlife of the institution and secondary adjustment).

4.Hosking, DW and Fineman, S 1990 Organizing Processes, Journal of Management Studies, 27: 6, 583-604.

5.Hopfl, H 2002 Playing the part: Reflections on aspects of mere performance in the customer-client relationship, Journal of Management Studies 39: 255-267

6.Goffman, Erving 1959 The presentation of self in everyday life, New York: Anchor-Doubleday.

7. Hopfl, Heather and Linstead Stephen 1993 Passion and performance: the carrying of organizational roles, in Emotion in Organizations, Fineman, S (ed) 76-93, London, Sage.

8.Sarbin, Theodore, R 1986 Emotion and act: Roles and rhetoric, in the The social construction of emotion, Rom Harre, (ed) 83-97, Oxford: Blackwell.

9.Burke, Kenneth 1969 A grammar of motives, Berkeley: University of California Press.

10.Luckmann, B 1970 The Small Life Worlds of Modern Man, in Social Research Vol 37, 580-96, and reprinted in Brown, H and Stevens, R (eds) Social Behaviour and Experience, 311-323, London: Hodder and Stoughton.