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Summarize of literature thesis7

  1. 1. Summarize of“the Literature review” s1170133 Keigo Ammahttp://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/specific-types-of-writing/literature-review
  2. 2. What is review of the literature?• A literature review ▫ published account by accredited scholars and researcher ▫ need to convey to reader what is Strengths and Weaknesses ▫ not only descriptive list or set of summaries ▫ must be defined by a guiding concept
  3. 3. For develop your knowledge• Literature review give you skills in two area ▫ information seeking  ability to scan literature to identify a set of useful article or not ▫ critical appraisal  ability to identify unbiased and valid studies
  4. 4. A literature review must do• organize your directly relate research question• summary result what is and is not known• identify area of controversy in the literature• formulate problem or questions for future research
  5. 5. Ask yourself for your thesis• What is the specific thesis, problem or research question that my literature review help to define?• What type of literature review ?(issues of theory, methodology, policy, quantitative research, qualitative research)• What is the scope of my literature review?(e.g., journals, books, government documents, popular media)• Have you seek related research?• Have you compare each items through a set of concepts and questions ?• Have I cited and discussed studies contrary to my perspective?• Will the reader find my literature review relevant, appropriate, and useful?
  6. 6. Ask yourself questions for you includedarticle or book• Has the author formulated a problem/issue?• 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)?• What is the authors theoretical framework (e.g., psychological, developmental, feminist)?
  7. 7. continue..• What is the relationship between the theoretical and research perspectives?• Has the author evaluated the literature fairly• In a research study, How accurate the research experiment• In material written for a popular readership, does the author bias it• How does the author structure the argument?• What is the contribute from article• How does this book or article relate to the specific thesis or question I am developing?
  8. 8. Summary• Literature review is not list of fact or experiment• Literature review is a piece of discursive prose• Literature review need yourself ideas or concept, considerate background or any function for reader• Literature review help to search comparison points and relationships• You may be able to write a paragraph or so to introduce the focus of each section

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