Literature Review

I’m stuck on a Business question and need an explanation.

Assignment Instructions

The Literature Review

The purpose of this assignment is to propose a theoretical perspective that informs your research and assess the scholarly literature that has been written on your research question (see attached document), including how it informs your research question and hypothesis. It should be 4 pages in length.

Content of the literature review:

The literature review should assess (1) which theoretical approach that we have covered in the course best informs your overall argument and hypothesis (e.g., socialization and interest convergence, liberal institutionalism, structural realism, feminist theory, etc.) and (2) evaluate the findings from the scholarly literature that exists on your research topic.

Structure of the written literature review:

The literature review is NOT an annotated bibliography. Rather, it is an analytical exercise in which you evaluate a body of literature. As such, your literature review should be organized by theme (NOT an article-by-article summary). A good literature review is a thoughtful study of what has been written, a summary of the arguments and findings that exist (whether you agree with them or not), and is arranged thematically. The literature review should be written in coherent narrative style. At the end of the evaluation, there should still be gaps in the literature that you intend to fill with your research.

Here is a site explaining various ways to construct a literature review. Note that a good literature review is not a list of sources with description, but it involves synthesis and dissection of sources, with minimal use of quotes.

All references must be cited in Chicago/Turabian format, which means including page numbers.

literature review

I don’t know how to handle this English question and need guidance.

literature review about “America dialect”, must related to linguistic and second language acquisition.

12-15 pages

Course Research Paper. Individual students will be assigned a topic from the field of Second Language Instruction/Acquisition to research and present to class, Students are expected to find, read, and analyze at least five articles from reputable per-reviewed periodicals. The findings will be reported in a 10-12 page paper using the APA Format. Further instructions will be provided later in the course.

Literature Review

I’m stuck on a Business question and need an explanation.

Assignment Instructions

The Literature Review

The purpose of this assignment is to propose a theoretical perspective that informs your research and assess the scholarly literature that has been written on your research question (see attached document), including how it informs your research question and hypothesis. It should be 4 pages in length.

Content of the literature review:

The literature review should assess (1) which theoretical approach that we have covered in the course best informs your overall argument and hypothesis (e.g., socialization and interest convergence, liberal institutionalism, structural realism, feminist theory, etc.) and (2) evaluate the findings from the scholarly literature that exists on your research topic.

Structure of the written literature review:

The literature review is NOT an annotated bibliography. Rather, it is an analytical exercise in which you evaluate a body of literature. As such, your literature review should be organized by theme (NOT an article-by-article summary). A good literature review is a thoughtful study of what has been written, a summary of the arguments and findings that exist (whether you agree with them or not), and is arranged thematically. The literature review should be written in coherent narrative style. At the end of the evaluation, there should still be gaps in the literature that you intend to fill with your research.

Here is a site explaining various ways to construct a literature review. Note that a good literature review is not a list of sources with description, but it involves synthesis and dissection of sources, with minimal use of quotes.

All references must be cited in Chicago/Turabian format, which means including page numbers.