The literature review is to include at least 10 sources, at least seven (7) of which are to be peer-reviewed articles reporting conducted research. The Literature Review First submission will have the following sections: Introduction and Questions to be Answered (1-page): A brief description of the issue providing appropriate background information and discussion of why the topic should be reviewed. Why is this issue important? Questions to be answered in the literature review closely tie to the overarching purpose of the review Literature Review (10 pages): An analysis and synthesis of 10 or more scholarly sources, seven (7) of which are to be articles about research studies. All articles reviewed are to have a connection to the purpose of the literature review and inform the questions asked in the introduction Conclusions (2 pages): Draw valid conclusions supported by findings in the literature. Papers are to be written in APA format, Times New Roman 12 point font. The page count for the individual sections are approximate. Page count for the document is not to exceed 15 pages, not counting Title page, Abstract, or References.