Conduct a complete review of the literature in appropriate journals, books, and current articles (not textbooks, including the one for the class). In your written review of your findings, organize your summary of the studies/articles in some meaningful pattern (make sense of it all). A critical review of the literature on your focus topic requires that you make an argument of some sort, based on your findings. Tell us what the literature says, any limitations of the current literature, and your thoughts on what further research is needed. The sections of the paper include Introduction, Literature Review (what they say), your proposed Research Agenda (what you say/discuss), and your Conclusion (brief summary).
The paper should be at least 10 pages long (including the cover and reference pages), double-spaced, using a 12-point Times Roman font. There should be a minimum of 10 sources, including at last five from scholarly journals, such as Management Communication Quarterly, Applied Communication Research Journal, Communication Monographs, Human Communication Research, Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Journal, and Administrative Science Quarterly.