Welcome to the guide Language and Power. This guide will provide a starting point for those students writing a literature review focusing on linguicism and issues of race and national origin in the context of K-12 public schools in the U.S.
This guide covers:
- Framing your topic: Scope, keywords, subject terms, evaluating sources, finding related sources (citation chaining).
- Establishing your workflow: Search logs, citation managers, and literature review grids.
- Synthesizing: choosing literary review organization (thematic, chronological, philosophical, methodological); incorporating your scholarly voice.