PLEASE FOLLOW DIRECTION BELOW TO COMPLETE A VERY DETAILED ROL(PLEASE USE GRADED M4 ATTACHED PAPER) AND MANY OTHER SOURCES TO PUT TOGETHER THIS ROL. PLEASE MAKE CORRECTIONS TO THE PAPER AND USE PAPER ALONG WITH FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS BELOW TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT
A ROL is a critical and in depth evaluation of previous research. It is a summary and synopsis of a particular area of research, allowing anybody reading the paper to establish why you are pursuing this particular research. A good ROL expands on the reasons behind selecting a particular research question.
What is a NOT a ROL?
A ROL is not simply a chronological catalog of all your sources, but an evaluation. It pulls the previous research together, and explains how it connects to the research proposed by the current paper. All sides of an argument must be clearly explained, to avoid bias, and areas of agreement and disagreement should be highlighted.
A ROL is likewise not a collection of quotes and paraphrasing from other sources. A good literature review should critically evaluate the quality and findings of the research. A good ROL should avoid the temptation of stressing the importance of a particular research program. The fact that a researcher is undertaking the research program speaks for its importance, and an educated reader may well be insulted that they are not allowed to judge the importance for themselves.
As a general rule, especially for a longer review, each paragraph should address one point, and present and evaluate all of the available evidence, from all possible differing points of view.
Now that you know how to write a good ROL, let’s take the ROLs you completed as part of your rough draft, to a new level. Add the key components that were presented during this module. Adjust your previous submission to reflect on this new information. Specifically identify the type of ROL, the key components of the ROL and, at a minimum, and this stage of the process, have more than 10 sources that support your ROL.