Review about
The Literature Review: A Few
Tips On Conducting It
s1150037 Kunitaka Endo
Meaning of a review of the literature
A literature review tells what has been published on a topic by
accredited scholars ...
How to write the review?
The literature review must be defined by a guiding concept.
For example: your research objective,...
For writing the review(1)
To make sure these points
1. What does your review helps to define?
2. What type of literature r...
For writing the review(2)
5. Have you read and analysed the literature you use carefully?
Don't you ignore the concepts an...
To find the good articles or books(1)
To make sure these points
1. Has the author mentioned about a problem or issuue?
2. ...
To find the good articles or books(2)
6. Isn't it one-sided explaining?
7. Can you deconstruct the flow of the argument lo...
Remember
A literature review is a discursive prose
Not a list describing !
Not a summarizing one piece of literature after...
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  1. 1. Review about The Literature Review: A Few Tips On Conducting It s1150037 Kunitaka Endo
  2. 2. Meaning of a review of the literature A literature review tells what has been published on a topic by accredited scholars and researchers. Purpose: Conveying to your reader what knowledge and ideas are included in the topic, and what the good point and bad point are.
  3. 3. How to write the review? The literature review must be defined by a guiding concept. For example: your research objective, the problem or issue you are discussing, argumentative thesis. An importance of writing the literature review 1. Be organized and related directly to your thesis or research. 2. Include what is and is not known into summary. 3. Make the area of controversy clear. 4. Write what needs further research.
  4. 4. For writing the review(1) To make sure these points 1. What does your review helps to define? 2. What type of literature review are you conducting? 3. What point do you focus on? 4. How good was your information seeking?
  5. 5. For writing the review(2) 5. Have you read and analysed the literature you use carefully? Don't you ignore the concepts and questions they deal with? 6.Have you cited and discussed at standing opposite enough? 7.Can the reader find your review usefully?
  6. 6. To find the good articles or books(1) To make sure these points 1. Has the author mentioned about a problem or issuue? 2. Are there anything not defined clearly? 3. Can you see the problem in many perspectives? 4. Check the author's research orientation and theoretical framework 5. How good are the basic components? How accurate and valid are the measurements?
  7. 7. To find the good articles or books(2) 6. Isn't it one-sided explaining? 7. Can you deconstruct the flow of the argument logically? 8. Does it contribute to something? 9.How can you connect it to your thesis or question?
  8. 8. Remember A literature review is a discursive prose Not a list describing ! Not a summarizing one piece of literature after another!

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