Literature Review: Partial Draft : Impacts of Inflation on Businesses

Purpose

This assignment is intended to help you learn to do the following:

Create a complete, coherent literature review.
Practice the recursiveness of the writing, research, and reading processes.
Develop genre competency and savvy through reading and writing.
Reflect critically on writing habits and the writing process.
Apply feedback systems (peers, faculty, Learning Commons, etc.).

Overview

In this assignment, you will draft a section of your final assignment for this course, the literature review. A literature review provides a clear and compelling overview of existing research relevant to your research question.
Action Items

Review the requirements for a literature review, as described in the Literature Review Assignment Description.
Review the Research Area Primer that you developed in Unit 6. Your Research Area Primer provides the foundation for completing this assignment.
Draft the introduction of your literature review, in a Word document, that does the following:
Outlines the rationale (i.e., the problem of practice and the problem or gap of research) you hope to address.
Provides a brief overview of the central themes, trends, and patterns you have observed in a given field.
Introduces the research question(s) you are pursuing.
Outlines the central takeaway(s) from the review of the literature as it has been conducted thus far.
Draft the first section of your series of “body” sections that discuss the particular themes, trends, and patterns you have observed in considerable depth.
Outline the remaining sections of your series of “body” sections. You will want to review your Research Area Primer, as well as your thoughts from this weeks Discussion assignment regarding the way you see your own proposed line of reasoning for your literature review, to update, add to, and possibly rearrange your outline.
Combine your introduction, first section, and outline into one Word document.

Submission Instructions

By the due date indicated, submit your work.
Grading Criteria

Your work will be assessed according to the associated rubric.
Rubric
Literature Review: Partial Draft
Literature Review: Partial Draft
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Reasoning

8 to >7.0 pts
Proficient
The literature review proceeds from a central claim or question. Clear reasons (i.e., themes, trends, and patterns) support this claim or provide answers to this question. These reasons are supported by detailed evidence (i.e., individual pieces of research).

7 to >6.0 pts
Acceptable
The literature review proceeds from a central claim or question. Clear reasons (i.e., themes, trends, and patterns) mostly support this claim or provide answers to this question. These reasons are mostly supported by detailed evidence (i.e., individual pieces of research).

6 to >0 pts
Unacceptable
The literature review does not proceed from a central claim or question. The central claim or question is not supported by clear reasons or evidence.

8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Genre Competency

7 to >6.0 pts
Proficient
The literature review realizes the conventions of this type of academic writing. It contains elements that literature reviews typically contain (e.g., introduction, sections with thematic headings, source tables, conclusions). The literature review does not inappropriately deploy conventions of other genres (e.g., personal narrative, research paper, etc.).

6 to >5.0 pts
Acceptable
The literature review mostly realizes the conventions of this type of academic writing. It contains elements that literature reviews typically contain (e.g., introduction, sections with thematic headings, source tables, conclusions). The literature review does not often inappropriately deploy conventions of other genres (e.g., personal narrative, research paper, etc.).

5 to >0 pts
Unacceptable
The literature review does not realize the conventions of this type of academic writing. It is missing elements that literature reviews typically contain (e.g., introduction, sections with thematic headings, source tables, conclusions). The literature review sometimes inappropriately deploys conventions of other genres (e.g., personal narrative, research paper, etc.).

7 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Reader Engagement

7 to >6.0 pts
Proficient
The literature review is written with the reader in mind throughout. The writer consistently demonstrates a good sense of what readers expect and how complex material can be made clear to readers through paragraph, topic, and concluding sentences, visual aids, and other writing strategies.

6 to >5.0 pts
Acceptable
The literature review is written with the reader in mind. The writer demonstrates a good sense of what readers expect and how complex material can be made clear to readers through paragraph, topic, and concluding sentences, visual aids, and other writing strategies.

5 to >0 pts
Unacceptable
The literature review is not written with the reader in mind. The writer does not demonstrate a good sense of what readers expect and how complex material can be made clear to readers through paragraph, topic, and concluding sentences, visual aids, and other writing strategies.

7 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Stylistic Awareness

3 to >2.0 pts
Proficient
The literature review is written in clear and cogent style throughout. The writer consistently realizes an effective academic voice. There are no noticeable grammar or APA errors.

2 to >1.0 pts
Acceptable
The literature review is written in clear and cogent style. The writer realizes an effective academic voice. There are few noticeable grammar or APA errors.

1 to >0 pts
Unacceptable
The literature review is not written in clear and cogent style. The writer does not realize an effective academic voice. There are noticeable grammar or APA errors.

3 pts
Total Points: 25

RECENT ASSIGNMENTS

  • The term psychopath has many negative connotations. What are the potential problems with using this label with youth?
  • Refer to the closing case scenario in no more than 2 paragraphs. What will Iris have on her to-do list?
  • Discuss the importance of developing relationships within all levels of the organization.
  • What do you think about this percentage?
  • Based on our reading of Barthes The Death of the Author, Gates Jr.s Writing, Race, and the Difference it Makes, as well as supplementary readings that Ive included from Foucault, Katz, and Wolff, consider the nature of authorship based on this reading of the film.
  • Discuss the different topics discussed in this film: for example care for people at the end of life, ethical decisions of healthcare professionals, interpersonal communications between family members, and what to do if someone cannot make a medical decision for themselves.
  • Feature writing
  • Basic Breakdown
  • Literature Review: Partial Draft : Impacts of Inflation on Businesses
  • What were the factors that contributed to your drop status at Purdue? Do a thorough self-examination about what went wrong for you and explain it to the committee.
Literature Review: Partial Draft : Impacts of Inflation on Businesses
Scroll to top

GET THIS ANSWER FROM EXPERTS NOW

WhatsApp
Hello! Need help with your assignments? We are here