into why she prefers face-to-face over text messaging because I think that would provide even more interesting background as to why she chose this topic. Regarding the Review of Literature, I liked that it was split into parts: the Introduction, Physical Limitation, Emotional Barrier, and Conclusion. It made sense of the research as a whole and helped guide my reading successfully in a cohesive manner. It was definitely smart to explicitly list exactly what you were doing and what the goal for the Lit Review section was, especially at least for a draft of the paper. I also think it was beneficial to state the questions in the Intro, but maybe not necessarily end with them. I wanted answers and I knew I would have to read on to get them, but I wish they had just been spelt out for me.
I was a bit confused as to where Andrea used sources sometimes. I saw the parenthesis and the in-text citation, but I was never sure as to why the citation was used. The sources were supposed to be in conversation with each other, not just be there to talk about the summary of the topic, which is what I felt the sources did here. I felt as though
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