Create a literature review, incorporating each of your references (minimum of five), tying them to each other and to the thesis of your project in a single narrative.
You should cite each source in the body of your literature review and in a references page at the end of your paper.
Your literature review should be arranged in the following way:
Introduction: A concise definition of the topic and organization with which you are working. A clearly stated thesis of your project. A brief description about how
this project might be interesting and/or important to your readers/adudience.
Main Body: A discussion of each of your sources, including what they are claiming, how they relate to other sources you are using, and how they support your thesis
(make sure you identify and cite each source as you use them). Each work should be summarized and evaluated for its premise, scope, and conclusion. In addition,
address any inconsistencies, omissions, or errors, as well as accuracy, depth, and relevance you find compelling or think might be useful to your readers/audience. Use
logical connections and transitions to connect sources.
Conclusion: The conclusion summarizes the key findings of the review in general terms. You may want to revisit commonalities and differences between your sources,
whether favorable or not. Make sure you tie your work throughout this review back to your thesis.
References: As well as accurate in-text citations, your literature review must contain complete and correct APA citations for every source in a references page at the
end of your review.