Shelf No: 300.72 HART
Shelf No.: 001.42 BOOT
by Diana Ridley
Shelf No.: 001.4 RIDL
by Dave Harris
by Susanne Hempel
Conducting a literature review is a means of demonstrating the author’s knowledge about a particular field of study, including vocabulary, theories, key variables and phenomena, and its methods and history. Conducting a literature review also informs the student of the influential researchers and research groups in the field (Randolph, 2009).
Writing a literature review also allows you to:
Source: Randolph, J.J. 2009. A guide to writing the dissertation literature review. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation. 14 (13): 1-13.
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