In this week, you will submit your Literature Review for the Course Project. in the Literature Review, you will organize and synthesize the scholarly information that will inform the insights and assertions you make as you write your 3- to 5-page essay for the Final Presentation of the Course Project.
Be sure to include the following:
• An introduction that explains your topic and the general scholarly consensus
• A body in which you explain in a 3- to 4-sentence description each source you located
• A conclusion in which you summarize the direction you plan to take in your project, based on the sources you have found
Support your assertions by making at least two documented references to your course readings, following the examples of documentation in “Common Reference List Examples” (see the Resources for this week). Please use proper APA formatting to cite each of your sources.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.Conformism – a literature review
Humans are beings of thought. This basic presumption guides all areas of life, including social interaction. One of the many aspects of life as a human is the ability to shape, reshape and conform to the social environment in which one lives. This represents a struggle between personal opinions and motivation and social norms – what is expected. It is only natural that humans take on some of the more common traits of their immediate surrounding in order to better assimilate with it, mainly because in most cases the wellbeing of a society outweighs the benefit of any single of its members – being non-conformist essentially means to refuse traditionally established norms of behavior within a specific group of people.
Individual who seeks clear guidance for life is actually looking for tradition, safety and certainty, he/she is not ready to take on the freedom of individual and responsible action. In the...