RPTS 336 - (6) Review the literature (student version)

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Review the literature Woosnam September 12, 2011
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What a literature review  IS   and   IS NOT IS Review of pertinent literature to topic _Synthesis_ of previous work Interpretation/evaluation of individual pieces of  literature that set the stage for your research One of the most important parts of writing a  research paper _Time_-consuming Often not done _well enough_
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Dividends of conducting a literature review Helps you find a suitable topic gaps, framing, replication Aids in identifying a conceptual approach guiding theoretical framework/theory to test Provides rationale for study’s significance your work can address important need or  unanswered ? Gives you ideas on what methods to use
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Before we begin literature review you  should know… …how to use a university library Who thinks they are library-savvy and willing to track  down an article for me? How about finding me a documentary?
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course RPTS 336 taught by Professor Woo during the Spring '11 term at West Texas A&M University.

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