The literature review will include the examination and analysis of a minimum of


The literature review will include the examination and analysis of a minimum of six (6) peer-reviewed journal articles published within the last 10 years that cover the topic (see next bullet) you selected. (newspapers, magazines such as Forbes or Wall Street journal are NOT peer-reviewed journals)
TOPIC: “explain the value in recruiting and developing a multicultural staff.”
Please use the following literature review guide (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. from the Hunt Library to format and write your literature review.
You may also access the literature review information by visiting the library’s website, clicking on the “Research Guides” tab in the EAGLEsearch box area, and then searching for “literature review.”
Peer-reviewed journals are scholarly periodicals or articles submitted for publication reviewed by an independent panel of experts (scholarly or scientific peers). Articles not approved by a majority of these peers do not publish in scholarly journals. Peer-reviewed journals can be identified by statements indicating them as such, or instructions to authors (usually in first few pages of the journal or at the end), or are listed in Ulrich’s International Periodicals Directory.
When searching the Hunt library, a search can be limited to “peer-reviewed” or “refereed sources” simply by checking a box on the search screen. Other common characteristics of scholarly, peer-reviewed, or refereed journals:
Format is formal
Sources are cited with footnotes or a bibliography at the end of the article
Authors are scholars and researchers in the field and are identified as such
Purpose of the article is to publish the results of research
Publisher may be a professional organization, research institution; usually not-for-profit
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Most of the students are confused about literature reviews. What is a literature review? Answer: it is not an annotated bibliography.
A literature review is not about reviewing an article, it is about reviewing a subject. Therefore, please do not submit a summary of 6 articles. You must submit a review of the literature on subjects you will use in your paper.
Please review this document
thttps://www.una.edu/writingcenter/docs/Writing-Resources/Comparing%20the%20Annotated%20Bibliography%20to%20the%20Literature%20Review.pdf
Please review these videos

I found this website helpful https://www.scribbr.com/dissertation/literature-review/ (Links to an external site.)


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