Information from current publications about a particular topic.
needs to be highly condensed and rich with citations.
Excellent report organization, use, and integration of sources, and APA documentation.
The literature review assignment builds on course content, in which the issues
that separate groups in every society (such as racism, prejudice, and unequal access
to power) and their impact on educational systems are considered through the lens
of social identity. Conduct a deep literature review by summarizing, analyzing,
critiquing, and comparing and contrasting identified literature.
Identify and describe in detail how course concepts (identity, biases, power, privilege, inclusion, etc.) are evident in racism. What diversity elements are at play?
It is expected that additional reference sources will be needed to support your scholarly response.
Paper may not exceed four double-spaced pages.
All doctoral formal writing requirements apply to this paper, including APA writing style and format. A title page and analysis of the related literature to support the thesis are required. In-text citations and corresponding references are expected.
A reference page is needed to end the paper. A minimum of 10 references is required, not including the required course textbooks. Students are permitted to use
the same references included in the annotated bibliography. The paper should be a
maximum of 4 pages, not including title and reference pages. Students are encouraged to consult a peer or the services of the Writing Center for feedback at least two weeks before the deadline.
Bibliography included and the following course books;
Adams, M., Blumenfeld, W., Castaneda, R., Hackman, H., Peters, M., Zuniga, X. (2013). Readings for diversity and social justice (3rded.). New York: Routledge.
Chin, J. L., & Trimble, J. E. (2015). Diversity and leadership. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.Freire, P. (2017). Pedagogy of the oppressed. London, England: Penguin Classics.
Komives, S. R., & Wagner, W. (2016). Leadership for a better world: Understanding the social change model of leadership development (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.