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Creating an Outline
Building Sub-Topics for Literature Review
Creating Subtopics
Web Diagram to Identify Multiple Perspectives
Literature Review:
Deductive ReasoningAttempting to Prove
Statement, Theory, or Hypothesis
Body of KnowledgeInformation to back hypothesis
Study is justified due to BOK
AcademicPaper
LiteratureReview:
Inductive ReasoningAttempting to Answer
Open-EndedResearch Question
Body of Knowledge lacking answer
Research Question justified due to absence
AcademicPaper
What type of reasoning will you use?Why?
Subtopics in your Literature Review
Subtopics in your Literature Review
Multiple perspectives that build to support your own research question/statementANDEducate your audience prior to your own research method
Deductive Example:
Subtopics:Flavors of each SkittleSkittle definition and exposure to skittles in popular cultureChemistry of Skittle Flavor CreationIngredients diversity based on colorPhysical Mechanics of TasteHow taste works in the human mouthHow smell influences tasteInfluence of age in tasting different flavors (sweet, salty, sour, bitter, etc.)Arrival at justification for research topic
Inductive Example:
Subtopics:Definitions: Differences in Packaging14 oz single package41 oz share size packageInfluence of Quantity on Emotional ResponseInclude previous studies that study emotional response to quantityAge group Discussion (Educate Audience)Behavior and External Influences of 14-15 year oldsBehavior and External Influences 16-17 year oldsArrival of Justification to tie all subtopics together to answer a research question
CreatingaWeb Diagram
Draw a circle in the middle of your paper.(Large enough for two sentences...)
Write down your research question.Do you have a research statement/theory/hypothesisthat should follow that question?
Create the subtopics of your research question.These should branch away from your main RQ.Educate your audience fromall angles/perspectives of your topic.
Subtopics will lead to specific pieces of information that need to be shared with your audience.
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Adding Details to Subtopics
Bolstering Subtopics with Evidence from BOK
Subtopics will lead to specific pieces of information that need to be shared with your audience.
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The details that you add to each subtopic should be cited from your BOK.
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Putting it all in order...
Creating an Effective Outline
Where you are...
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Where you need to be…How should you organize your information?
Main TopicSubtopicDetail with EvidenceDetail with EvidenceDetail with EvidenceSubtopicDetail with EvidenceDetail with EvidenceDetail with EvidenceSubtopicDetail with EvidenceDetail with EvidenceDetail with EvidenceSubtopicDetail with EvidenceDetail with EvidenceDetail with Evidence...
Goal: Educate and then justifyPut your subtopics in order
Academic PaperLiterature Review
Introduction to Topic
Definitions or Details forAudience Understanding
BOK Connection andMultiple Perspectives
Preparing to Justify RQ/RS
Justification of RQ due to BOK

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