The literature review summarizes and synthesizes the previous research on your t

The literature review summarizes and synthesizes the previous research on your topic. It places your study in context and discusses how it differs from what is already in the field. This section should be at least 7-10 pages, but you will continue to add to this as you go. You should have no fewer than 10 scholarly articles as references in this submission. You are attempting to establish what the literature says, and where the gap exists that you plan to fill with your project.

You may find help at Please make sure not to “stack” sources. Weave each source into the relevance of your project and each other. Group the literature by themes and use headings. It is usually a good idea to move from the academic scholarly literature, to the national studies, then to state and local and finally anything specifically to your work. Many projects have government reports or state or agency documents in this section compared to what you would find in a thesis lit review, but you do need some scholarly peer reviewed journals to set the stage.

Technical Requirements:

  • Your paper must be at a minimum of 7-10 pages (the Title and Reference pages do not count towards the minimum limit).
  • Scholarly and credible references should be used.
  • A minimum of 10 scholarly/peer reviewed sources are required.
  • Type in Times New Roman, 12 point and double space.
  • Students will follow the current APA Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework.
  • Points will be deducted for the use of Wikipedia or encyclopedic type sources. It is highly advised to utilize books, peer-reviewed journals, articles, archived documents, and government publications.
  • All submissions will be graded using the assignment rubric.

please use the first assignment to correct it and this literature review.

below are my instructors comments for the proposal assignment that I had attached. please use as a reference to not make the same mistakes.

Good morning. Thanks for the proposal. There are a lot of things to get to here so let me be direct…do not take this personally. Frankly, the proposal is not ready. In this case…we are moving on to the next assignment but there are MASSIVE and significant issues here! I have spent a tremendous amount of time going through the proposal. There will be NO human subject engagement. No polls, no interviews. Also you NEVER told me what the product of your project will be? As I write, there are serious issues here. Lets work to get this proposal revised and a reserach question/research approach approved. Additionally, there is no mini-Lit Review with critical analysis.

Please review my comments. Please e-mail me responses to my questions. Again, do not take this personally….but be aware you are not ready to move forward.