Assignment on Literature review S1160127 Yuta Takahashi
A review of the literature• A literature review is a critical and in depth evaluation of previous research.• A literature review is an account of what has been published on a topic by accredited scholars and researchers.
Skills in two areas• You will be able to gain two ability below to write a literature review.• Information seeking ability: this ability including that using manual or computerized methods.• Critical appraisal ability: the ability apply important things like useful studies and so on.
Must do things1. Be pigeonholed related thesis and research developing question.2. Combine the conclusion.3. Identify areas of controversy in the literature.4. Collect question that we use future research or thesis, experiment and so on.
Ask yourself questions• It is important for writer of thesis or report to make clear problem or research questions.• You should ensure yourself search areas widely and enough for good information seeking.• Author have to make reader understand such as relevant, appropriate, useful.
About each article or book you include• Has the author formulated a problem/issue?• Is it clearly defined? Is its significance (scope, severity, relevance) clearly established?• Could the problem have been approached more effectively from another perspective?• What is the authors research orientation (e.g., interpretive, critical science, combination)?
Final Notes1• A literature review is a piece of discursive prose, not a list describing or summarizing one piece of literature after another.• Its usually a bad sign to see every paragraph beginning with the name of a researcher.• Instead, organize the literature review into sections that present themes or identify trends, including relevant theory.
Final Notes2• If you are writing an annotated bibliography, you may need to summarize each item briefly, but should still follow through themes and concepts and do some critical assessment of material.• Use an overall introduction and conclusion to state the scope of your coverage and to formulate the question, problem, or concept your chosen material illuminates.