Women in FEMA and Glass ceiling

Please see details below and read carefully. Person must know how to find appropriate articles that are more recent for the research regarding women in FEMA (part of DHS).

Please use paper titled “HutchersonF9920A-

Chapter 2: Literature Review: Devote approximately 40 to 80 pages to this section to include citations to at least 50 relevant sources.

The required components (and approximate length guidelines) of Chapter 2 include:
• Introduction (5 pages)
• Theoretical/Conceptual Framework (5-10 pages)
• Themes or Subtopics (30 pages)
• Summary (1 page)

To ensure that the study is relevant, current, and warranted, approximately 85% of references must be to peer-reviewed research that was published within the last 5 years of when the dissertation will be completed.

Also the Chapter 2 template to start working this portion is attached to the document below. (HutchersonFDIS9902A_5) Please bold any changes made!

FIRST ready Chapter 1 document attached to get familiar with the paper and subject as its important but do not make updates to this document.

Chapter 2 • Annotated Bibliographies – A good starting point is to review annotated bibliographies that you have completed in your content courses, with a critical eye toward studies that might be relevant to explaining the need to investigate your dissertation topic. • References from key articles you have read – Use the reference sections from articles you have gathered to find more relevant articles. • Synthesis – A challenge that students face when writing Chapter 2 is synthesizing the information in a scholarly manner. Rather than summarizing one study after the next (like an annotated bibliography or a list of research), be sure to summarize the literature around themes and allow several authors to “speak” at once, creating a dialogue about a topic between multiple researchers and their findings. Your review should not read like a book report (one author or study after another), instead, you should strive to construct sentences and paragraphs that reflect multiple sources in one reference. This means that the majority of your citations should look like this (Smolka & Walters, 2013; Walters, Smolka, & Young, 2014). Go through your draft to ensure that you have synthesized and not just summarized the literature.