Fourteenth Amendment Rights

Stakeholders and Project Charter
September 12, 2019
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September 12, 2019

Please proofread paper and adjust the paper to align with a more reasonable literature review that accommodates to being professional. Please see attached paper for your review. If need be, can delete portions of the paper to align with a better format and is more easily read and understanding. Provide additional sources and literature for a more structured paper pertaining to the overall direction. Adjust the paper to its current structure down to 5 pages with 8 sources with a proper literature review pertaining to Fourteenth Amendment rights involving past and current issues.

A literature review begins with an introductory paragraph in which the writer frames the research topic and its significance, and the puzzle that the researcher is addressing. To do that, the writer will summarize the major relevant arguments on the research subject, highlighting the main issues and how schools of thought might differ. If there are key terms to be defined, the writer should do that here.

The body of the literature review tells readers what others have found in their studies about your specific research question (the extent of existing knowledge on your specific research question), critiques what is right or wrong with these other studies, and discusses how the work is distinguishable from the research study you are proposing. Your review should organize material by theme or method or what makes sense for the project. This literature review should include a critical review of at least 5-8 appropriate articles, including scholarly, peer-reviewed articles, material from government publications and websites, or other topic-appropriate sources. (approximately 3 pages)

The conclusion should summarize the primary “sense of the literature,” encapsulating for the reader where the existing literature ends and your research will start as you seek to answer the question that still remains and add to the body of knowledge.

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