The goal of a review essay is to take stock of the assigned readings, by discussing and critiquing various arguments/sides about a phenomenon/issue area. Review essays should be about 4-6 double-spaced pages with paragraph structure, in-text citations, and a bibliography, not to mention correct grammar and spelling. The essays should try to bring together the literature by finding common ideas as well as discussing the differences.
This should not be just a summary of the readings. It is best to organize a review essay thematically. Thus, rather than simply outlining one authors argument in one paragraph, and a second authors argument in another, you should focus on ideas.
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