Capstone project: Archetypes in Literature and Jung Psychology Literature Review

I need an APA paper with an MLA annotated bibliography. Please stick to Carl Jung’s Theories on Collective Unconsciousness and how it pertains to archetypes for psychology. Typical archetypes in literature is fine for the literature portion. I have attached what I have done so far with required headings: LIB 495 WA 2. Also attached are the documents given to me to complete this project. Here are the main question for the capstone: “Why are archetypes important to psychology and literature?”Sub questions:How do archetypes bridge the gap between literature and psychology? (first heading)Does the unconscious reflect an archetype and is this type relayed in myths and legends? (second heading)What is the symbolism and meaning of the archetype? (third heading)How do archetypes connect with so many people through the written word? (fourth)How does psychology influence this connection? (fifth)Resources I plan to use that need to be in the bibliography:Jung, Carl G., (1985), Man and His Symbols. Jung, Carl G., (2009), The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious.Jung, Carl G., (2001), Memories, Dreams, and Thoughts.Jung, Carl G., Psychological TypesJung, Carl G., The Undiscovered SelfSchmidt, V. 45 Master Caharacters.
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Running Head: ARCHETYPES IN PSYCHOLOGY AND LITERATURE
Chapter 2: Literature Review
LIB 495
Augustus Black
Javene Bronson
April 25, 2018
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ARCHETYPES IN PSYCHOLOGY AND LITERATURE
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Chapter 2: Literature Review
Introduction
Psychology and literature are connected through human behavior – one researches it
while the other depicts it through fiction. However, there is an underlying layer in both the
science and fictional realms that correlates the two – archetypes. Archetypes are one of the
greatest symbolism and characterizing devices in literature and psychology. Archetypes hold
deep psychological meaning and symbolism that Carl Jung developed a theory that archetypes
are deeply rooted in the collective unconscious of humankind. His works on the collective
unconscious reveals the psychology behind the archetypes and promote the literature use of
archetypes. Literature also benefits from archetypes by successfully presenting characters,
expressing their moods, and bringing the reader into the psychological dimension of the
character’s reality. Thus, exists a two-way relationship between psychology and literature by
way of the archetype. Archetypes reveal the unconscious patterns and behavior people respond
consciously to which is exposed in the psychological and literary branches of study.
First Heading: Bridging the Gap Between Literature and Psychology
Second Heading: Collective Unconscious and the Archetype
Third Heading: Symbolism and Meaning Behind the Archetype
Fourth Heading: Literary Connection with Archetypes
Fifth Heading: Psychological Connection with Archetypes
Conclusion
ARCHETYPES IN PSYCHOLOGY AND LITERATURE
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References
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Practice (5th ed.), St. Louis, M.O.: Elsevier Saunders.
Hebda, T., & Czar, P. (2009). Handbook of Informatics for Nurses and Healthcare
Professionals (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Education
Perrin, K. O., & McGhee, J. (2008). Quick look nursing: Ethics and conflict (2nd ed.). Sudbury,
M.A.: Jones and Bartlett.
Spector, R. E. (2009). Cultural Diversity in Health & Illness (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J.:
Pearson Education.
Developing the Literature Review
(Chapter 2 of the Capstone Paper)
Use of Literature within the Capstone Study
1. Mention literature at the beginning of the study (this will be in Background of
Chapter 1) to document or justify the importance of the research problem.
2. Do not discuss the literature at length in the introduction to the study.
3. At the end of the study (this will be in Chapter 5), cite the literature again to
serve as a contrast and comparison with major findings of the study.
4. In the final capstone paper, you should have a minimum of 15 scholarly sources
in your References/Works Cited. You should have approximately 30 in-text
citations used to reference content.
Helpful Strategies for Organizing the Literature Review
1. Select relevant literature and summarize information that highlights important
elements. Put them on note cards and identify not only the citation information
but the page number of the information.
Extract the following from the literature:
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Information related to major question and sub questions.
Studies that have been done related to questions.
Analysis of studies and information related to questions.
Descriptions, designs, and anecdotes.
2. Write out complete citations for the summaries. Develop headings according to
APA or MLA style.
Types of Reviews
You may use a combination of these types of reviews:
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Thematic Reviews: Identify a theme and cite literature to document the
theme. Deal with only the major ideas and results that support the
theme.
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Study-by-Study Review: Detailed summary of studies, discussions,
analyses, grouped under broad theme. Use subheadings to reflect
themes and major divisions.
Format and Style Information
Typically, literature reviews for proposals run about 10 pages. Try not to go
back beyond 10 years for your sources, focusing rather on more recent
information. Try to go to original research rather than studies reported on by
others.
All writing must be error-free in both organization and writing skills. No
typographic errors, spelling mistakes, or grammatical or punctuation errors will
be accepted. Standard Academic English is required. If you have problems with
your writing, have someone proofread your paper before you submit it for
“publication.”
APA or MLA format in style and organization is required. In-text citations and
the References (for APA) or Works Cited (for MLA) page must be PERFECT.
Note that all business, science, and social science disciplines must use the
APA format for citations; creative, literary, and theater arts must use the MLA
citation format.
LIB-495: LIBERAL ARTS CAPSTONE
Module 2—Draft of Chapter 2 (Literature Review and Annotated
References)
OBJECTIVES
After successfully completing Module 2, you should be able to:
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Synthesize ideas from multiple sources.
Avoid premature conclusions based on insufficient evidence.
Read critically and take relevant notes.
Formulate responses to diverse positions expressed in source materials.
Produce an annotated bibliography in appropriate research format (i.e., APA or MLA, as related
to specific disciplines).
Prepare preliminary validation from current research for research, creative, or applied project.
STUDY MATERIALS
Textbook Readings
? Haydel, Nina R. (2017). Student Guide to Thomas Edison State University LIB-495 Liberal Arts
Capstone.
? Chapter 2: Literature Review (p. 45-50)
Short Article
Consult the following short article:
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Developing the Literature Review, available at:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3Hl0w2fKCbXLVVsWkRRRUpaOU0/edit?usp=sharing
ACTIVITIES
Module 2 has two activities. Please consult the Course Calendar for the due dates.
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Discussion Forum 2
In Discussion Forum 2, post your response to the following discussion topic. Reply to at least two
classmates’ responses by the date indicated in the Course Calendar.
References
Share with your classmates a quotation from or summary of one of your sources that have added to your
knowledge or even surprised you.
When responding to discussion topics, copy the information requested and respond below it. If there are
multiple questions, separate each accordingly. Avoid a phrase or sentence that does nothing to add to
their presentation. Your discussion is important to the writer of the first post.
Written Assignment 2: Draft of Chapter 2
Students Please Note: This assignment must be submitted to turnitin.com.
Reference the “Turnitin Requirement” section of the course Syllabus or the link below for general
instructions. Upload both your assignment and the originality report within the Final Project
assignment link.
Using Turnitin for Assignments
Students please note: Some of the Turnitin documents will refer to using turnitin for the Final Project
rather than Assignment 2. In this course, the requirement is to submit Assignment 2, not the final
project.
For this assignment you are required to write and submit a draft of your second chapter, Chapter 2:
Literature Review. You will finalize this chapter as part of your work in Module 6 later in the course.
The purpose of this chapter stems from the need to demonstrate and validate the importance of your
topic and the major question you have presented, as well as the answers to your sub questions.
In essence, this chapter is nothing more than a research paper on your topic. It should not include any
personal opinions or thoughts. Look for information on prior studies, demonstrations, presentations etc. to
which your work will add in a qualitative way.
Tips for Collecting and Citing Research Material
Avoid collecting research data and articles by the dozens. They all may seem useful, but may be
repetitive and time consuming, without offering new, fresh content. Set up a time schedule and allow
yourself only a block of time for research. Consider this portion of the Capstone a “mini-research report,”
with the purpose of validating the need for your study.
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Each paragraph in Chapter 2 must have citations for all information taken from any outside source. No
personal opinions or personal comments may be included. Only 10% of the chapter (maximum) should
involve quotes. All quotes must be cited with page numbers; all paraphrased material must be cited, as
well. Use APA for all but creative or literary topics, which use MLA format.
Do not use Chicago School or any hybrid style of citations.
Written Assignment 2, Part I and Part II
This assignment has two parts, a review of the literature you have explored for your final project and an
annotated bibliography of the sources listed. Consult the following article for an explanation of what this
involves:
Developing the Literature Review
Your draft of Chapter 2 should be structured according to the outline given below, which lists the different
subheadings you need to include. Consult the explanations given for guidance regarding what information
to include under each of these subheadings:
Part I: Literature Review
Write and submit a draft of Chapter 2, the Literature Review, including headings appropriate to the
content. Take notes from the sources and organize them according to content themes.
Introductory paragraph
Begin with an introductory paragraph and place the informative thesis statement at the end of that
first paragraph. The thesis statement is the major focus of the literature review chapter. All
paragraphs relate in some way to that thesis statement.
Body paragraphs
Each body paragraph must begin with a topic sentence and end with a concluding sentence. See
See pp. 183-184 of the Writing the Winning Thesis or Dissertation textbook. Every paragraph
must contain information you have read in sources. Do not use more than 10% quotes in the
entire chapter. Every paragraph must have citations for all paraphrased information. Do not use
any of your own opinions or experiences. This is purely information from researched sources.
Concluding paragraph
End with a concluding paragraph that begins with a restatement of your thesis sentence that you
used in the introduction. Add nothing new to the conclusion. It is a summary of the body
paragraphs.
Note: Beware of inadvertent plagiarism. Do not use any wording or phrasing from the authors of your
sources unless you place the words in quotation marks. Every idea MUST be cited, regardless of how
you paraphrased the information. Please focus on the guidance provided by the OWL Web Site. You will
be held responsible for the writing, as well as the content of this chapter.
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Review punctuation, especially semicolons. If you do not know how to use them, don’t! Review comma
rules. Every comma has its own rule. Know why you are using them. Be sure to revise your work several
times. Have someone else read your writing, as he or she will catch errors you missed. That is just
common practice among writers. This is a scholarly work.
Part II: Annotated Bibliography
Prepare an Annotated Bibliography of sources based on the references you used for Part I: Literature
Review.
Use APA or MLA format to create the annotated bibliography. Note that all business, science, and
social science disciplines must use APA format; creative, literary, theater arts must use MLA
format. See the Purdue University Online Writing Lab [OWL] Web site at
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/ for format information.
If using APA format, title this page References; if you are using MLA, title this page Works
Cited.
Place your Annotated Bibliography at the end of Chapter 2 (at this point). This will eventually
become part of the References (APA) or Works Cited (MLA) that will be placed at the end of
Chapter 5 of your capstone project.
Students Please Note: This assignment calls for an annotated bibliography. Review the material in your
text.
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