Assess how the process of completing your literature review informs the evolution of your problem statement.

The literature review is often the longest chapter of the dissertation. It also can be the most complex and daunting. Imagine that you have been asked to be a panel member for first-year doctoral students, titled “Demystifying the Literature Review.” You have been asked to discuss the purpose of the literature review and explain how it relates to your evolving proposal because you recently completed this required coursework.
Post by Day 3 of Week 3 your thoughts, directed toward first-year doctoral students, on the purpose of a literature review. In addition, apprise how the literature review relates to your developing proposal. In your post, address the following:
Use the Chapter 2 section of the Dissertation Rubric as a guide, and analyze how the literature review relates and informs Chapters 1 and 3 of the proposal. Include a process map/flowchart that reflects your analysis.
Assess how the process of completing your literature review informs the evolution of your problem statement.
Address how your literature review may be used to evaluate the contributions of your specialization to positive social change.

"Get 15% discount on your first 3 orders with us"
Use the following coupon
"FIRST15"

Order Now