Literature Review


Your project needs to be situated in the current literature of your area; there needs to be an argument for “why” you feel your study is needed. Your literature review will serve as a substantive part of your final project. For this part, you will search the literature of your area, analyze, and synthesize what is “known” and where there are gaps (either in methodology or absence of comparison). This should be between 5-10 pages (excluding references) (90 points).

  • Peer review groups will be assigned immediately after the associated assignments are submitted; you will be assigned two peer reviews to complete before the following class period. (10 points).