1. Complete your literature review. The literature review should be divided into three main areas: Introduction, body and conclusions. The Introduction should introduce the reader to the research question you are trying to answer. Why is this question important? The body will discuss the main points that you found in the literature—do all of the articles have the same outcome? Was some of the research stronger than others? Is that the source of the differences if there are differences? Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the research presented. Diving into interpreting, connecting, and critiquing the literature. The conclusion should tie it all together and make some judgments about where further research should concentrate. The literature review should compare and contrast the findings of the ten articles with one another. All ten articles must be discussed in the review.
To write a literature review you must read, understand and discuss each article. It is your job to synthesize the information presented in each article and to incorporate that information into a coherent explanation of how each separate research article pertains to and helps to answer your research question. All must be presented in your own words—no quotations from other authors is allowed. In some cases, it may be helpful to describe the methodology used and how it is similar or different among the ten studies. Remember to use the “hamburger approach” when
formatting your paragraphs—provide the description, but then move to interpret, connect, and critique.
The purpose of the review is to explore current research in the area of your topic of interest and see what others have learned exploring similar research questions. You don’t need to defend a position—the purpose of a research question is to learn how things actually work. Discuss your research question and the findings of the literature—is what the research is finding what you expected? Would you change your practice in nutrition based on what you learned—why or why not? The literature review must be cited in APA format and must include all of the research articles.
Minimum of seven (7) double-spaced pages not including the title page or references and at least ten peer reviewed original research article citations (dating from 2013 – present). An abstract is not required since this is a relatively short paper. If fewer current articles are used, you must give a rationale for their inclusion and they will not count toward the ten required articles. Use the template “Literature review template in APA format;” which has been provided for you in BB. The literature review must be in APA format. Submit via a TURNITIN link. See BB for grading rubric.
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