Conducting a Literature Review / Systematic Review
1.Relevant article (open access)
2. Relevant Websites:
Writing a Literature Review
A literature review can be described as an examination of the existing research publications on the topic area of a new study, to discuss their theorizing, research designs, data collection methods, findings, strengths, limitations and contexts as relevant to the new study. This often includes the researcher’s own views, observations and alternative explanations to the findings as to what other factors may have given rise to those findings.
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