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Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies
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Chapter 2:review of related literature and studies

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  • 1. Chapter II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES By Melinda M. PiamonteMAED-Educational Management
  • 2. Two Major Parts of Review of Related Literature• Conceptual Literature• Research Literature
  • 3. Conceptual Literature• It contains literature coming from books, journalism, and other forms of material, concerning or relevant to the study, but are data-free or non – empirical material, coming from both foreign and local sources.
  • 4. Research Literature• These are empirically – based, like scientific paper, theses, and dissertations, both published and unpublished, coming from local and foreign sources.
  • 5. Purpose of Review of Related Literature It gives researcher several ideas on how to select and formulate his own research problem. It helps the researcher identify studies that have been done related to the topic he is interested in. It avoids possible duplication of similar studies. It guides the researcher on the possible theoretical framework he can use for his current study.
  • 6.  It gives direction to the researcher on how he will create his own conceptual framework. It allows the researcher to browse several kinds of research designs, sampling techniques, statistical procedures, questionnaires and processes of presenting, analyzing , and interpreting data, from where he could base his own choice for his paper. It gives a picture of a comparative analysis between variables used in reviewed materials and those used in the current study.
  • 7. Bases for a Good Review of Related LiteratureThe review material must be current.Literature and studies reviewed must be relevant to the study.Findings or result of reviewed study should be objective and free of biases.
  • 8. The data used in the reviewed materials should be scrutinized in terms of sampling technique used to ensure that generalizations are based on normal population.Reviewed materials related to the current study should be enough to establish a strong and viable trending of result.
  • 9. Sources of Related Literature and Studies• Graduate theses and Dissertation• Encyclopedia of Educational research• Books• Internet sites and resources (website, e- journals, e-books)• Dictionaries in education and psychology
  • 10. Prepared by: Melinda M. Piamonte MAED – Educational Management

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