This will be an outline of your paper (consult the literature review checklist to help) and a preliminary bibliography. What is the topic in emerging knowledge in your discipline you want to pursue? Why is this a significant problem to learn more about? What are authoritative sources youve found in your research that seem important to the topic? What is the “big idea” or ideas in each?What are keyterms in the topic? Put into outline form a possible way of ordering the sources in the body of your paper. This ordering may demand that you identify the important nugget or nuggets of knowledge from each source and then put them into some kind of pattern or group or category or relation with other nuggets of knowledge from other sources. Headers and subheaders could label these categories or relations and help order the outline. What goes with what? Why? What doesnt belong together? Why not? What are the convergences? What are the differences? What, as knowledge is emerging at the cutting edge of your topic, are the debates? Will you need to represent descriptive, spatial, or conceptual material visually illustrations, maps, diagrams, charts, photos, drawings, etc.? Will you need to represent quantitative material visually graphs, tables, etc.? In making your outline, consider the Model Literature Reviews. “Model Literature Review Headers,” isolates these headers, and these isolated headers form an outline of the literature review. Suggested range for the number of sources for Rough Draft six to ten. This is an arbitrary figure how much knowledge is enough to be authoritative, to be an expert? Do ten good sources offer better knowledge than six? Is ten enough? I have attached the summary of the topic I chose for the literature review in the attachment. I also have attached a example of literature review “Neuroscience nanotechnology” and the outline headers of it in the attachments as reference.

This will be an outline of your paper (consult the literature review checklist to help) and a preliminary bibliography.
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What is the topic in emerging knowledge in your discipline you want to pursue? Why is this a significant problem to learn more about?

What are authoritative sources you’ve found in your research that seem important to the topic? What is the “big idea” or ideas in each?What are keyterms in the topic? Put into outline form a possible way of ordering the sources in the body of your paper.

This ordering may demand that you identify the important nugget or nuggets of knowledge from each source and then put them into some kind of pattern or group or category or relation with other nuggets of knowledge from other sources. Headers and subheaders could label these categories or relations and help order the outline. What goes with what? Why? What doesn’t belong together? Why not? What are the convergences? What are the differences? What, as knowledge is emerging at the cutting edge of your topic, are the debates?

Will you need to represent descriptive, spatial, or conceptual material visually: illustrations, maps, diagrams, charts, photos, drawings, etc.? Will you need to represent quantitative material visually: graphs, tables, etc.?

In making your outline, consider the Model Literature Reviews. “Model Literature Review Headers,” isolates these headers, and these isolated headers form an outline of the literature review.

Suggested range for the number of sources for Rough Draft: six to ten. This is an arbitrary figure: how much knowledge is enough to be authoritative, to be an expert? Do ten good sources offer better knowledge than six? Is ten enough?

 

I have attached the summary of the topic I chose for the literature review in the attachment.

I also have attached a example of literature review “Neuroscience nanotechnology” and the outline headers of it in the attachments as reference.

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