I need a literature review that builds on the first literature review (provided in the files). The second independent variable is GENDER. With the references provided try to build a bridge between studies one and two.
The literature review will essentially pick up after study one. Think of it as a “sequel” of sorts. It builds on and extends study one’s Twitter Apology focus, using only two levels of the Study One independent variable (either Sincere vs. Insincere, Insincere vs. No Apology, or Sincere vs. No Apology) and similar dependent variables (e.g. Apology ratings, Charlie ratings, etc.), but study two will alter or extend your independent and dependent variables into a new study design. The good news here is that you can refer to study one as you write your study two literature review. In fact, that is something I encourage. You can also refer back to your study one literature review sources and recite them.
The bulk of this literature review concerns a second independent variable ( GENDER). You will need to find up to five new references for this second independent variable, hopefully finding sources that build a bridge between studies one and two. In other words, you will answer the following question: “Given our findings in study one, how will the presence of a second independent variable impact participant decisions?”
Similar to Paper I, you should end your literature review by noting your specific hypotheses for study two. Here, you will address both main effects (outcomes associated with each independent variable alone) and interactions (the combined impact of your independent variables on your dependent variables).
i. Your study two literature review should use your study one results and prior research studies as a jumping off point, once again starting with a broad theme and then narrowing it down – think about the hourglass example your instructors have given you. Now imagine that you have a second hourglass right below the original one. You can start broadly again with information about the new study independent variable, and then once again narrow down as you near your hypotheses for study two.
ii. Think about your study two literature review this way: You are writing a sequel to study one, so your new story picks up where that story left off.
1. I want you to pay close attention to your own brief discussion . You drew some conclusions there, but now is your chance to build on those conclusions. At the beginning of your new study two story, your audience knows some of the story from study one, so there is no need to rewrite what you already presented. Rather, you need to set the stage for the new sequel storyline. Introduce your new “character” (your new independent variable). Talk about this somewhat in isolation (what does research say about this variable on its own). Once you define and clarify what this new variable is and how it has been used in prior research, start to show how it connects studies one and two.
a. For example, let’s say your new independent variable is “the effect of timing on apology sincerity”, with immediate vs. delayed timing as the two levels of the new IV. You would talk about research on timing of an apology impacts people. THEN you can talk about how timing and apologies might differ in a Twitter based forum. So, step one is to introduce the new concept while step two is to show how the new concept fits in with your new study.
2. At the end of the story, lead the reader to the big cliffhanger (your study two hypothesis). By now you have introduced the characters as well as the plot, but next you want to build some anticipation in your reader – you want them to wonder what comes next! The last part of the literature review brings the reader to your study two hypotheses. That is, “Given what we saw in the literature, what happens if we do XYZ?” Thus you build your study to your hypotheses and end on another cliffhanger.
a. give a general overview of your research question
b. state your specific predictions given the studies you talked about in the literature review. This should look at both main effects and interactions, so you’ll need to address each IV on its own (main effect for the apology manipulation and main effect for your second IV manipulation) and the interaction of the two IVs as they work together.
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