Literature Review

 

The literature review is useful in framing the context of your  research question. Background information is presented on the current  state of the field in which you are investigating, so that the reader is  led to the conclusion that your research question is worth  investigating and prepares them for the significance of what different  answers to your research question might mean. It might be helpful to  think of the literature review as plot details that lead to the final  dramatic scene in an action movie. There is an art to developing  literature reviews that comes with experience, therefore our goal for  this week is to submit a rough draft of our literature review.

Your instructor will be able to provide feedback to you next week to  make sure that your literature review is on the right track