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  • Mrs. Rosario Moscaya Raemmil Nulada
  • (Reasons Why we Need to have such in our Study)
    • . . .it helps the researcher identify and define a research problem
    • . . .it helps justify the needs for studying a problem
    • . . .helps prevent unnecessary duplication of the study
    • . . .can be a source of theoretical basis for the study
    • . . . enables the researcher to learn how to conceptualize a research problem and properly identify and operationally define study variables
    • . . .provide a basis for identifying and using appropriate research design
    • . . .the results of related studies provide lessons for data analysis and interpretation
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    • … should start while the research problem is being conceptualized
    • … the researcher, in identifying the problem, must be able to show evidences that the problem exist and is worth investigating further
    • … it is important that the researcher knows what is already known about the problem
    • … it is also imperative that the researcher is able to deduce questions that need to be answered further before the research objectives are finalized
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  • General Reference
    • Indexes
    • Reviews
    • Abstracts
  • Primary Sources
    • Articles or Reports written by those who actually conducted the research
    • . . .research journals
    • that are published
    • monthly, quarterly or yearly
  • Secondary Sources
    • Publications where authors cite the works of others
    • . . .books, reviews, yearbooks, encyclopedia
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    • Review the precise definition of the research problem
    • . . .formulate search terms (key words) relevant to the problem or interest
    • Adolescents’ Perceptions on the Effect of Punishment on Self-Esteem and Academic Performance
    • Possible “search terms are”
    • “ punishment and learning”
    • “ self-esteem”
    • “ self-worth”
    • . . .using the indexes of general references, search for relevant primary and secondary sources guided by the search terms
    • . . start with the latest issue and work backwards
    • Adolescents’ Perceptions on the Effect of Punishment on Self-Esteem and Academic Performance
    • search the following
    • “ self-esteem”
    • “ self-worth”
    • “ self-value”
    • . . .make a list or note the bibliographical data of the pertinent sources selected
  • a) author and source b) title c) name of publication d) place and date of publication e) page/s of the article
    • . . . read the selected materials, take notes and summarize key points
  • In taking notes be as brief as possible but include relevant information that may be useful in your review such as: -the problem -the objectives -hypotheses -the procedures -major findings -conclusions
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  • PARTS of a LITERATURE REVIEW
        • Introduction
        • Body
        • Summary/Synthesis
        • Conclusions
  • INTRODUCTION
        • . . .briefly describes the nature of the research problem and explains the researcher’s thoughts on what led him/her to study the topic
  • BODY
        • . . .shares the ideas of other researchers and expert about the problem
  • SUMMARY/SYNTHESIS
        • points out similar results and conflicting findings
        • ties together the major findings of the studies reviewed
        • presents a general picture of the problem to date
  • CONCLUSION
        • . . .presents the course of action suggested by the literature
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  • GOD bless!!!