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The Literature Review
The Literature Review

In this chapter we consider different approaches to the writing of the literature review. We examine strategies for subdividing the literature, and for coping with an apparent lack of relevant studies. We also discuss the use of a variety of research sources, including material from the Internet, and the different ways in which you can carry out an online search.

Study Strategies
  • Conduct a literature search on the Internet, on a subject which is of interest to you in research. Decide which items you might cite in a thesis and which you would consider unsuitable. Make a list of the criteria you use for acceptance or rejection.
(i) General issues concerning the literature review
The purpose of the literature review

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