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A structure of literature review

A structure of literature review - The teacher has asked me...

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The teacher has asked me to focus on gender differences in information processing and usage in which womens( in terms of gender )can be more influenced with info and tech in terms of consuming branded products . he has asked me to focus on the best part which is the perfume industry. Bcz that sector attracts womens the most.( the topic remains the same but in methodology and other things we can take perfume industry) How to start:- A structure of literature review 1) Consumer behaviour ( a bit of description about it) 2) A study about information processing in terms of gender differences .( a bit of info about information and technology) 3) gender difference is divided into 4 divisions:( use models to explain how gender difference exist in these areas) Memory( have a look on goggle scholar there is a journal about it) Searching + information technology ( information about how it is proactive between “Information and technology and Women” and also how the study leads to a passive one between” adverts and women” i.e.
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