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You are a member of a lab group of undergraduate researchers at UCSC studying interesting and relevant topics in contemporary digital discourse (see below for descriptions). Your lab group is looking for new projects to take on this academic year, but first it needs to know what research has already been done on the questions it is interested in. Your task is to create, for the members of your research lab group, a literature review, a document in a genre whose main purpose is to synthesizes current research on a topic or question. Literature reviews serve an important function in knowledge-building activities in academic discourse communities.
Your aim is to provide your chosen discourse community (your lab group members) with a clear sense of the state of existing research on a topic, the significance of this body of research, and the opportunities that exist to further the goals of this research. Each member of the lab group will create their own research question that is related to the themes of the lab group and will write their own document with the other members of the lab group as their audience.
Your job is not to make an argument about how you feel about the research. In fact, try not to think in terms of “sides,” or “opinion,” or “persuasion.” Do not write for a debate because most academic conversations aren’t really “debates.” Think in terms of offering something comprehensive and significant to the discourse community about the questions that matter to it and to you.
- 1250-1500 polished words in a style that is appropriate for the intended academic discourse community
- 5-7 sources with at least 3 academic/scholarly sources. News sources and gray literature sources are appropriate, but background sources are not.
- include data visualizations, diagrams, and images as needed and properly cited in APA style
- APA citation style and document formatting (Links to an external site.)