After gathering all your research, carefully consider what themes or issues connect them. Do they present similar or different arguments? What kinds of support do they use?
Compose a literature review that
• Includes an introduction that identifies the topic and ends with a thesis that focuses on a shared theme and/or offers a particular perspective on the issue instead of taking a position in the debate
• Presents the literature in an organized way
• Discusses and compares the relationship between the various sources
• Evaluates the sources (persuasiveness, value, and objectivity), advising the reader on the most pertinent or relevant research
• Includes a conclusion that notes any places in the conversation or aspects in the field of study that need more attention/research. How will you further your research as a result of the review?