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For our final writing assignment, you will write a short literature review on one of six topics that relate to youth suicide.
This last assignment is to be a minimum of 1200 words, double spaced, 12pt font, Times New Roman. You must use APA style.
Include a title and reference page. Follow the instructions carefully.
The assignment is 100 points and is your final exam. You will have an opportunity to revise your paper based on feedback for some additional points, but you will not be able to get high points unless you write a really good paper the first time.
1. Minorities and Youth Suicide
2.LGBT Youth and Suicide
3.Family Factors and Youth Suicide
4.Bullying and Youth Suicide
5.Youth Offenders/Homeless Youth and Suicide
6.Youth Suicide Prevention
choose one topic and i will send you the articles related
please read the instruction documents carefully
SS172AW American Culture
Writing a Literature Review
Sample with step-by-step instructions on the course website.
Due: Sunday July 22nd at 11:59 PM to Turnitin and CANVAS.
Save your article as Your Name Your Topic (for example: Jim Lee Family Factors)
Write a minimum of 1,200 words, including the title page, abstract, and reference page. Be sure to include an abstract this time, as well as a reference page with your three sources, all APA formatted.
This last exercise is a natural extension of the Article Summary and Article Critique papers.
The assignment is to write a short three-article literature review on the topic of Youth Suicide focusing on one multi-dimensional factor.
There are six sub-topics to choose from. Select one subtopic and write a literature review using three articles (all on the same sub-topic) posted on the course website. You may not use any other articles or sources.
• LGBT Youth and Suicide
• Minority Youth and Suicide
• Family Factors and Youth Suicide
• Bullying and Youth Suicide
• Youth Offenders/Homeless Youth and Suicide
• Prevention of Youth Suicide
When conduct a research project, the literature review is important to show your knowledge about your research topic. You need to discuss what has already been done on the topic and what the key issues are. It also is part of the deductive logic process – building a theory for a study
Upper division writing courses, or undergraduate research projects, require presentation and support of major theories: how they have been applied and developed, as well as criticisms.
A literature review is different from an annotated bibliography, which is a listing of articles with descriptions. A
critical review is not a string of summaries; it is a synthesized review.
Review means more than summarize. You do need to write a short review of each research study, but you must tie the research studies together – into a “story.”
This requires some insight and interpretation, not evaluation. You do not include personal opinions in a literature review.
Report what is relevant to your study, ignore what is not. This means you need to read the abstract, the introduction and conclusion of your articles. And, for long articles; focus on the parts that relate to your topic.
**At the end of your literature review, write a two-paragraph summary of what you have learned about the topic from the three articles. This includes critique and reflection about the “story”, not the individual articles.
Maximum quotes = 2 short quotes (less than 40 words each).
Also, be sure you have formatted it correctly – double-spaced, 12 pt Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins all around, APA in-text citations and a reference page. Run spelling and grammar checks and double-check your APA formatting. Be sure to CITE your sources. You will have many citations in your paper.