Capstone : Milestone—Bibliography
Creating a literature search is like selecting materials to build a house. The house you build will be more likely to remain standing over time if the wood, nails, and screws you use are high quality and appropriate for your specific project. Similarly, the literature that you select to inform your Capstone Project must have a direct bearing on your topic, be from a high-quality, reputable source, and must address the Program Learning Outcomes. Your Capstone Project milestones will rely heavily on the literature that you select this week and next, so take the time to locate the best resources—the best building materials—to support the structure and results of your Capstone Project.
To prepare for this Capstone
• Review the online articles listed in the Learning Resources, and pay special attention to the articles in the Walden Writing Center for tips and extended explanations on how to organize and conduct a literature review.
Hoffman, B. (2008). Health care reform and social movements in the United States. American Journal Of Public Health, 98S69-79. doi:10.2105/AJPH.98.Supplement
• Investigate literature from a variety of sources, such as books, professional magazines, and newsESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATIONs for insights that describe and support your Capstone Project topic.

o What scholarly knowledge is available that has produced insights into your Capstone Project topic?
o What other knowledge or knowledge formations are available that have produced insights into your Capstone Project topic?
To complete this Capstone, create a bibliography of 8–12 resources you are considering for your Mini Literature Review. All resources must be in proper APA format.

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