Its a lit review assignment (please follow my instruction and file which shows how it should be written) the sources I need provided for this assignment is provide below
Introduction/Literature Review: The next section after the abstract is the introduction section. This section should include:
1. A statement of the research problem or issue. This is an opening paragraph that grabs the reader and briefly makes the case as to why this work should be done.
2. A review of the relevant literature – theoretical and empirical – that pertains to the topic of your research. You should include at least 5 relevant peer-reviewed articles. The articles should be considered some form of legitimate academic scholarship (if you are not sure I’d be happy to advise you on your choices). Use chapter 5 to guide you. This should not only be a summary of the relevant literature. You should think critically, creatively and broadly about your research to make an argument as to what the problems with your chosen literature are, where there are gaps, and how your research contributes to filling those gaps. Convince your readers that your study is contributing something necessary and worthwhile.
3. End with a clearly written statement outlining your research question(s) and any hypotheses you may have (you may not have specific hypotheses but if you do, state them here). Use chapter 4 to guide you. If done well, your research questions(s) should flow logically and coherently from the critical review of the literature.
Research question : how do minority-serving institutions view racial justice movements?
Please use this 3 sources no other source.
Lambert, Eric G. “Worlds Apart: The Views on Crime and Punishment Among White and Minority College Students.” Criminal Justice Studies 18.1 (2005): 99–121. Web.
Willis Esqueda, Cynthia et al. “Perceptions of the Criminal Justice System by Minority and Majority Group University Students: The Role of Ethnic Identity.” Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 17.1 (2019): 1–15. Web.
Wu, Yuning. “Race/ethnicity and Perceptions of the Police: a Comparison of White, Black, Asian and Hispanic Americans.” Policing & society 24.2 (2013): 135–157. Web.