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Explains the difference between an empirical article and a literature review article

Explains the difference between an empirical article and a literature review article

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  • 1. by Jennifer Paliatka Assistant Reference Librarian Elmhurst College created on 11/01/2004 revised on 08/31/2010
  • 2.  Observation  Measurement  Experimentation
  • 3.  Theory  Speculation  Tradition  Explanation
  • 4.  Introduction – where an assertion, idea or thesis is proposed  Methods – describes the nuts and bolts of the experiment  Results – raw data  Conclusion/Discussion - discusses the findings of the experiment and how the research proves or disproves the initial assertion
  • 5. :20 1 2 50%50% 1. Yes 2. No
  • 6. :20 1 2 50%50% 1. Yes 2. No
  • 7. :20 1 2 50%50% 1. Yes 2. No
  • 8.  A survey, an examination, an analysis of the existing empirical articles in a particular area of study  Not always formatted in same manner  A great way to find out about current findings, experiments and ideas in a given field.
  • 9. :20 1 2 50%50% 1. Yes 2. No
  • 10. :30 1 2 50%50% 1. Yes 2. No

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