[1]X. Jiang, “How to Motivate People Working in Teams,” International Journal of Business and      Management, vol. 5, no. 10, 2010.
In Xin Jiang's jounal article "How to motivate people working in teams,"(2010), he claims that there are many benefits in teamwork. The author first describes the benefits of teamwork by providing a list of the benefits, he then goes further into the benefits by describing each of the listed benefits, and to conclude he wrote in the conclusion of the article that all of these benefits can be funneled down to three main points. His purpose is to provide evidence to the audience in order to prove that there are many benefits in teamwork. He seems to have an innovative audience in mind because he is trying to bring a new idea to the field which could change whether group work is applied or not.

[2]K. A. Jehn, “Enhancing Effectiveness: An Investigation Of Advantages And Disadvantages Of Value‐    Based Intragroup Conflict,” International Journal of Conflict Management, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 223–238,  1994.
In Karen A. Jehn's article "Enhancing effectiveness: an investigation of advantages and disadvantages of value-based intragroup conflict, "(1994) she argues about the advantages and disadvantages of value-based intragroup conflict. The author first starts off the article with an example of a intragroup conflict, by examining the conflict; she then further examines the conflict by splitting the conflict into groups, such as Procedures, Measurements, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion/Recommendations, and to conclude she summarized all of her findings by writing a conclusion and then adding any recommendation he would like you to do if you want to further her study. Her purpose is to provide facts on advantages and disadvantages in order to provide a comparison of the two in value based intragroup conflict. She seems to have a group as an audience because her purpose was to provide evidence on the advantages and disadvantages of a group basically

[3]G. Salomon and T. Globerson, “When teams do not function the way they ought to,” International Journal of Educational Research, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 89–99, 1989.
In G. Salomon and T. Globerson, "When teams do not function the way they ought to,"(1989), they suggest that if the team is not functioning, to follow the steps they are about to announce. The authors first describes team as a general concept by providing examples in which teams are applied; then they further explains those examples by write an in depth summary below each example, and to conclude they summarize the whole article into a "need to know after reading" paragraph in case you skimmed a little too hard. Their purpose is to provide examples of what a team should do if they aren't functioning to guide teams that were not functioning to a more functioning state. They seem to have a distraught audience in mind because this article was made to help teams that were not functioning.

[4]J. Orford, L. Templeton, A. Copello, R. Velleman, and A. Ibanga, “Working with teams and organizations to help them involve family members,” Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, vol. 17, no. sup1, pp. 154–164, 2010.
In J. Oxfort's et all journal article, "Working with teams and organizations to help them involve family members," (2010), they try to influence whole service teams to move their practice towards greater involvement of affected family memebers. The authors initially introduce the background story by indicating that this article is for groups of 5; they then go further into explanation by creating sort of the main topics by grouping up main ideas, and to conclude they explained in a summary what the main topics were. Their purpose was to inform the audience by providing suggestions on how to them involve family members. They seem to have an innovative audience because the audience would be readers that are trying to involve family members.