The Six-Source Essay: Expanded SynthesisSummary of assignment • Task: The six-source essay asks you to synthesize the arguments of six sources• Length: Minimum of 1300 words. The instructor will give you comments on the firstdraft and let you know if you need more development beyond 1300 words.• Format: APA• Sources: A total of six sourcesPlease use the same topic that as the last paper. Please expand on the last essay that you wrote. You will continue with the same topic and will conduct additional searches.o Please use only six sources. Please do not incorporate more than six sources intothis essay.For this essay, you will select at least six articles on a topic of your choice. The articles shouldbe on the same topic but feature different perspectives, research methods, opinions, orconclusions about some aspects of the topic. Overall, try to determine categories of themes into which you can divide your six articles.For this essay, you will use third-person point of view.Please do not use first person point of view (e.g., “I,” “me,” “we”) in writing this essay.In addition, please do not use second-person point of view (“you” or “your”) in writing thisessay.For example, instead of “Smith argues that, as a director, you have a duty to coordinate cybersecurity efforts…” you would write, “Smith argues that directors have a duty to coordinatecybersecurity efforts…The paper should be formatted in APA style.Double SpaceUse size 12 Times New Roman font.• Include a running head.• Include page numbers.• Include a title page.• Include a “References” page on which you list the articles in APA style• Do not include an abstract. This paper is not long enough to warrant an abstract.I have included the last essay as a reference.