Literature Review: you will investigate a variety of resources, and will explain your research, which will be used in this capstone project

Final Capstone Project Proposal Purpose: This writing is an attempt to persuade the reader to adopt the proposal’s solution to a problem or need. Your problem solving should evidence both ethical and interdisciplinary modes of inquiry. This project gives you the opportunity to demonstrate the knowledge and skills you have gained during your college career. Important Note: You will have a variety of assignments, during the pacing of this course, which will help you to build toward this final project. These assignments include:·Problem Statement Assignment: you will choose a problem on which you will focus for this capstone project.·Literature Review: you will investigate a variety of resources, and will explain your research, which will be used in this capstone project.·Rough Draft and Peer Reviews: you will be drafting this capstone project in a few rough drafts, as well as engaging in peer reviews. ·Presentation: you will be presenting your capstone project (last major assignment in this course). Instructions: In this Final Capstone Proposal Essay, you will suggest specific steps to solve or alleviate a problem in your workplace or discipline. This is an 8-10 double spaced page proposal, with a minimum of 6 sources. Four of the six sources should be peer reviewed. The best projects are real and “close to home” rather than dealing with topics that are theoretical and national. Practical topics relate to your work, organizations, or field of specialization. Your research methods will include looking at secondary sources but can also include primary sources. Possible primary sources can include interviews, surveys, etc. For the Final Capstone Essay, please include the parts below: Executive Summary: Summarize the entire report concisely. This includes summarizing the introduction, findings, conclusions, and recommendations. Significant information should be present. Sentences should be efficient, and the summary should not exceed 250 words. Introduction: Provide a brief background of the problem. You can describe the extent of the problem and the effects that it has had. End the introduction with a clear statement as to what you are proposing as a way to alleviate or solve the problem. Context of Problem: What are the causes that have led to this problem? It is important to describe the causes since any solution needs to address the causes of the problem. What are the effects the problem has had? Who has been most affected by this problem? Past Solutions: Discuss what solutions have been currently proposed and/or tried in the past and explain why these solutions have not worked and will not work in the future. Discuss too what was positive about the past solutions and what aspects of past solutions may be worth trying again. Explain Your Solution: Describe your solution in detail. Add in data and research to justify your solution. What is the timeline and any costs? Benefits of Your Solution: Clearly state the reasons the solution is a good idea. Why is this the best solution to the problem? It may be good to address the causes of the problem that you have already referred to and explain how the solution will mitigate the causes that led to the issue occurring. Ethical Justification: What resolution principles (re: Kidder) or professional code of ethics support people adopting your solution? What are the competing discourses that frame the different sides of the ethical debate? How does your solution support a particular ethical framework or set of principles? Counter Arguments: Address any counterarguments and give either your refutations or accommodations here. Conclusion: You can summarize what will happen if your solution is implemented. You could also show what will happen if your plan is not implemented. You can choose to end your essay with a call to action. Format and Length: Your report will include the following elements:•Title Page •Table of Contents •Executive Summary• Introduction• Discussion Section •Conclusions, Recommendations •Correct Citations •Appropriate Supplements (e.g., copy of survey forms)•Visuals (tables, graphs, drawings, photos)