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  • 1. The Literature ReviewA Few Tips On Conducting It
  • 2. A review of the literature• A directions that has been published on a topic by registered scholars and researchers.• When we write the literature review. Our purpose is to show our reader what knowledge and ideas have been established on a topic and what their strengths and weaknesses are.
  • 3. Expanding our knowledge of the topic1. Searching for information  The capability to understand about the literature.  Reading a manual or Using a computer.2. Contrary opinion  The ability to apply principles of analysis helps us identify unbiased and rightful studies
  • 4. Must do many things for a literature review1. Assemble results into a summary of what is known and is not known.2. Identify areas of argumentation in the literature3. Introduce questions that need further research4. It is organized around and related directly to the thesis or research question.
  • 5. Self QuestioningIt is the question that we ask ourselves questions which is related to the topics.⇒We may be able to confirm that our literature is correct or incorrect .
  • 6. Self Questioning What is the research problem that my literature review helps to define. Are we get what type of literature. The range of our literature review. Discussing studies contrary to my forecast whether the reader think that our review is relevant, appropriate, and useful.
  • 7. Question about things like books or articles Has a problem been what the author has formulated. From another perspective whether the problem is able to approached more efficiently. What is the relationship between the theoretical and research perspectives. How does this book or article relate to the specific thesis or question .
  • 8. A literature review is a piece of discursive proseIt is not a list describing or condense one piece of literature.We are not trying to list all the material published.⇒To assemble and measure it according to the guiding concept of our thesis.
  • 9. When we are writing an annotated bibliography We may need to assemble each topic briefly. We use entirety introduction and conclusion to state the range of our coverage and to formulate the question, problem, or concept your chosen material illuminates.⇒Usually there are the opinion of grouping topics. We will be able to write a paragraph and to present the focus of each topics