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  • 1. -What is a review of the literature?-● Outline1; Definition of the literature review.2; Ability to help that you write a review.3; Thing necessary for a literature review.4; The question that there should be.5; The question that there should be in book and article.6; Summary.
  • 2. Definition of the literature review.The literature review should be defined by these.・Your study purpose.・A current problem.・A problem considered to be generated.
  • 3. Ability to help that you write a review.● Information seeking: The ability to scan the literature efficiently, using manual or computerized methods, to identify a set of useful articles and books● Critical appraisal: The ability to apply principles of analysis to identify unbiased and valid studies.
  • 4. Thing necessary for a literature review.● Association with the your research question.● Marshal the result that becomes clear and the result that does not become clear as a summary.● Identify areas of controversy in the literature.● Speak a reason to need a further research.
  • 5. The question that there should be.● For example: What is the specific thesis , problem , or research question that my literature review helps to define ? Am I looking at issues of theory ? methodology ? policy ? quantitative research ( e.g. on the effectiveness of a new procedure ) ? What is the scope of my literature review ? Has my search been wide enough to ensure I ve found all the relevant material ? Have I cited and discussed studies contrary to my perspective ?
  • 6. The question that there should be in book and article.● Does the author adduce a problem?● Do the problems become clear?● What is the research policy?● What is the relationship between the theoretical and research perspectives ?● Is the analysis of data accurate? Is it the thing along the research?
  • 7. The question that there should be in book and article.● Are the conclusions validly based upon the data and analysis ?● Does inference include the objective basics?● You should not ride the thing without the grounds that an author believes.● In what ways does this book or article contribute to our understanding of the problem under study , and in what ways is it useful for practice ?● What are the strengths and limitations ?
  • 8. Summary.● Introduction and the conclusion should use the whole including references and the summary.● Show an associated theory and theme. It is not good to begin with the name.● If there are the references which an explanatory note sticks to, gather them up.