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LITERATURE REVIEW INSTRUCTIONS (5-7 pages)
A literature review is substantively different than an annotated bibliography, but the work you do for the bibliography (if you do it correctly) will help you considerably with the literature review. A literature review aims to highlight the current state of knowledge regarding a particular topic under study. Literature reviews generally include substantive findings as well as theoretical and methodological contributions to a particular topic. Literature reviews are comprised of secondary sources and as such do not report any new or original experimental work. The main purpose of a literature review is to situate the current study/paper within the body of literature and to provide context for the reader. A literature review is not a summary but a synthesis of the material from your annotated bibliography. As mentioned above, if you took the time to critically evaluate the 10 sources you chose, your literature review will be relatively easy. The idea is to take your sources and organize them in some way that informs the study you wish to conduct/paper you wish to write. This requires that you pull your sources together in a way that explains to the reader why the issue/topic/problem you have identified is worth studying (i.e., not covered in current literature, no consensus in existing literature, augmenting existing literature, etc.) Your literature review must include a title page, reference page, and must be a maximum of 8 pages in length (not including title and reference page), maximum 12-point font, 1-inch margins, and utilize proper APA citation format.