Thesis Writing 2013-14 Week7

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Thesis Writing 2013-14 Week7

  1. 1. The Literature Review: A Few Tips On Conducting It s1180017 Takemitsu Sakai
  2. 2. Outline ● About a review of the literature ● Ask yourself questions like these ● ● Ask yourself questions like these about each book or article you include Summary
  3. 3. About a review of the literature It is an account of what has been published to the topic by scholars and researchers of certification. 1. Information seeking: the ability to scan the literature efficiently, using manual or computerized methods, to identify a set of useful articles and books. 2. Critical appraisal: the ability to apply principles of analysis to identify unbiased and valid studies. A literature review must do these things: ● ● ● ● Configuring the center directly related to the thesis research problems and we and are developing. Resulted synthesis of summary, it is not known. Identify parts or theme of controversy in the references. Formulate a question that requires research.
  4. 4. Ask yourself questions like these (1) 1. That will help you to define a literature review of your article what specific problems and research? 2. What is type(methodology, policy, quantitative research, etc.) of literature review conducting? 3. What is my range of literature review and types of publications, discipline? 4. Is my paper completed by the sufficient contents and length?
  5. 5. Ask yourself questions like these (2) 5. Is there any missing parts when compared with others my paper? Also, I did show it to the advisor. 6. Did I do the objection about the bibliography which I quoted? 7. Reviews of readers of my paper Is it effective?
  6. 6. Ask yourself questions like these about each book or article you include (1) 1. Did the author has formulated a problem, issue? 2. Are they definition and meaning clearly established? 3. Did the problem is effectively approach from a different point of view ? 4. What to the direction of the research of the author? 5. What is the direction of our study? 6. What is the theoretical framework of the author? 7. What is relationship with the point of view of theory and research?
  7. 7. Ask yourself questions like these about each book or article you include (2) 8. How should be the basic components of the study design in the research study? Analysis of data and measurement values ​o d you associate effectively how and accurate based on the conclusion ? 9. Basis objective appeal, example, to reasoning, is there a clear proof of the author's feelings written material for the reader ? 10. How does the author do you structure the argument ? Can you dismantling the flow of the argument logically ? 11. In order not to contribute to the understanding of the problem , is it to be considered and practiced in any way reference ? 12. How does reference related to the question and the particular article ?
  8. 8. Summary ● ● Literature review is a list that summarizes by writing a piece of literature after another are not part of the prose of rambling. The clarified material is selected using the introduction and conclusions overall to specify the scope of your must develop concepts or problems you .

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