Overnment Intelligence Agencies how/why/what Interagency Collaborations work or dont work.

I need a Literature Reviewon the resources to answer the future topics and future research paper based on the following questions that can be answered in the resources provided in the literary resources...

General Research Question:
How can people working in the Government Intelligence Agencies affect the outcome of interagency collaboration efforts?

Specific Research Question:
Why does each individual human resource, available to government Intelligence Community Agencies, have a vital and even more significant and influential role towards increasing interagency collaboration and integration than the technological advances and endless budget resources they work with?

Further Detailed Instructions:

All research projects begin with a literature review to determine what knowledge exists on the subject under study and to develop the theory(ies) that will be used in your study. The literature review sets the context for the entire research project by explaining what others have found in researching the same or similar subjects. The literature review is written in a narrative format. For this assignment, a 6-8 (double-spaced) paper (plus references) is typical. However, I have seen more and I have seen less.

A standalone literature review begins with a short introduction. At a minimum, the introduction should identify your research subject and provide a discussion of why in the larger context it is important that you study it. The introduction should also include your research questions. You should have both a general and a specific research question. Conceptual definitions of key terms may also be included in the literature review introduction. It is good to start your literature review introduction with a  grabber  a quote, some illuminating statistical data, or a strong declarative, emotional statement that captures the essence of your research project and peaks the reader s interest as to what will come next.

The body of the literature review comes next. This is where you tell your reader what others have found in their research about your specific research question (the extent of existing knowledge on your topic) and then critique what is right or wrong with these references. Next your Literature Review discusses how your current paper will address a gap or otherwise adds to our knowledge about the subject. This final item  your theory on the subject is presented in the form of a hypothesis.

The body of the literature review should end with a list of the references cited in the literature review. For this assignment, no more than 10 works (all unclassified) are normally required in the list of references.

Use this self-check for yourself for HW2

Grabber (optional)  sometimes a quote is used to begin a discussion of your issue.

I. Introduction (1-2 pages maximum) (introduces study, places in larger context, tells why it is important we should study it)

” Issues leading to general research question & specific research question.
” Explain why we should study this case again.
” Transition paragraph to Literature Review section.

II. Literature Review (usually approximately 4 pages) (provides current state of our accumulated knowledge as it relates to your specific research question)

” Identify literature (cumulative knowledge base) and summarize its general state.
” Reference 1 summarize to include writers findings and theoretical approach/methods used.
” Reference 2  summarize to include writers findings and theoretical approach/methods used.
” Etc., etc --follow with each reference
” Identification of gaps in the literature& .where is there a  hole in the reference. Why is it not sufficient to answer your specific research question.
” Conclude the Literature Review by providing the hypothesis which offer to answer your specific research question.
IV. List of References