Attached is work's cited page for my paper
Length: 5 pages, not including the works cited
Sources: Six scholarly, peer reviewed sources or books written by scholars/experts. At least one source must be a book (eBooks are OK).
Format: Use MLA eighth edition for page setup and citations
How is a literature review organized?
While covering the range of matters listed above, a literature review—like any expository essay—should still have a single organizing principle. Often the sort of thesis statement driving an argument paper is replaced by the research question, followed by a preview of the logical order the search for its answer will follow. Some common organizing principles are these:
Chronological — "The rise in terrorist attacks over the last decade makes the question of what motivates terrorist groups especially urgent. A review of the literature of the past fifty years shows research on the motivation behind terrorist acts shifting focus from the psychological to the political and now the religious."
Thematic — "In order to understand terrorism, we must first understand the mind of the individual terrorist. While a review of the literature suggests some consensus among researchers regarding the psychological state of most terrorists immediately preceding the commission of a terrorist act, there appears to be little agreement regarding the psychological profile of potential terrorists."
Note: A literature review is about the existing literature on your subject and provides background for your own research findings or commentary. However, it is NOT primarily about you or your relationship to the literature. Therefore, a literature review should NOT be organized as a narrative of your own research process. A literature review that says essentially "First I found this source, then I found this one ...." is NOT acceptable.”