Referencing Requirements : All journals and articles will have to be correctly referenced in the Harvard style of referencing with at least 40 items in the bibliography. The core body of the work should have at least about 15-20 articles.
Style Requirements : This essay is for a literature review essay. That means that the main concern is with discovering and reviewing relevant academic and research literature on your chosen topic. The main focus in selecting literature must be on academic articles drawn from the academic disciplines of information systems. That means principally those found in journals, edited collections and research monographs and not from basic textbooks, magazines and newspaper articles. The essay must include include the theories used, the research approaches adopted, the concepts that are identified, the models that are presented, and the empirical sites studied. The essay will probably want to say something about how successful research in your area has been - what new knowledge has been produced, and what controversies (arguments and counter arguments) have been raised. By the end of the essay a reader should be informed as to the current state of knowledge and debate.
Essential Sources : The main focus in selecting literature must be on academic articles drawn from the academic disciplines of information systems. The essay should principally contain those articles found in journals, edited collections and research monographs(books).
Requested Sources :
Other Notes: 1) The essay must contain a 150 words abstract.
2) All references must be correctly cited.
3) A citation in the text should look like this (Cornford, 1792), rather than being in a footnote or using a numbered format.
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