Outline of Literature Review and reflection

Create an outline of the attached Literature Review, use the attached example outline as a guide for the format, meeting the following requirements:
a. Map out and describe the line of reasoning in this article.
i. Describe the central claim or questions that the review centers on.
ii. Explain how the writers support this claim or explore this question.
b. Account for all of the material in the review, including the introduction, body, and final sections.
Create a one-paragraph reflection of how your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning has changed the way you see your own proposed line of reasoning for your literature review. Consider any of the following questions:
a. Has your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning led you to change the way you were planning to structure your line of reasoning? If so, what are the changes you are now considering?
b. Has your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning provided you clarity on any ambiguous feature of the logic of a literature review (e.g., the introduction, the structure of paragraphs/sections, etc.)? If so, describe these.
c. Has your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning confirmed the soundness of any part of the structure you envisioned for your own review? If so, describe what has been confirmed.

Create an outline of the attached Literature Review, use the attached example outline as a guide for the format, meeting the following requirements:
a. Map out and describe the line of reasoning in this article.
i. Describe the central claim or questions that the review centers on.
ii. Explain how the writers support this claim or explore this question.
b. Account for all of the material in the review, including the introduction, body, and final sections.

Create a one-paragraph reflection of how your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning has changed the way you see your own proposed line of reasoning for your literature review. Consider any of the following questions:
a. Has your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning led you to change the way you were planning to structure your line of reasoning? If so, what are the changes you are now considering?
b. Has your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning provided you clarity on any ambiguous feature of the logic of a literature review (e.g., the introduction, the structure of paragraphs/sections, etc.)? If so, describe these.
c. Has your outline of Kosko & Miyazaki’s line of reasoning confirmed the soundness of any part of the structure you envisioned for your own review? If so, describe what has been confirmed.