17 Nov Introduction (approximately 2-3 pages):o Provide b
Introduction (approximately 2-3 pages):o Provide background information and details concerning this topic that convey the importance and challenges of the issue.o Explain your reasoning for the methods (databases, search engines, etc.) you used to obtain literature.o Explain your reasoning for the methods (statistical, graphical, qualitative, etc.) you used to analyze the results of the review.Literature Review (approximately 15-20 pages):o Provide a detailed review of literature concerning the topic.o When discussing the literature, try to group similar concepts together and then compare and contrast them with papers approaching the issue differently (e.g. financial versus human resources).o Include a variety of perspectives and viewpoints that thoroughly cover all aspects of the topic.Analysis (approximately 3-4 pages):o Evaluate how much is currently known about the topic based on your literature review.o Discuss the quality of the literature found.o Present and explain the findings.o Evaluate the need and significance of new research.Conclusions (approximately 2-3 pages):o Provide insight and recommendations concerning the topic based on your literature review and analysiso Here often authors will identify areas for future research based on information discovered during development of the paper.References (at least 15):o List all references using the parenthetical citing method.