A good literature review should critically evaluate the quality and findings of the research.
A good literature review should avoid the temptation of stressing the importance of a particular research program.
As part of a research study or paper you may need to identify and review relevant information on a specific topic.
Often times your instructor will ask you to conduct a review of the literature.
Ask yourself: Determine, if possible, the value of the work.
Consider comparing and contrasting each work to others under consideration.
It can be helpful to structure your internet research as if it were conducted on paper.
Bookmark papers, which may be relevant, in one folder and make another subfolder for a ‘shortlist.’ Conducting a good literature review takes patience and is a matter of practice.
scientific monograms, government documents and publications, dissertations, and grey literature, etc.) that are relevant to a particular issue, area of study, research, or theory.
Your task in writing a literature review will be to provide a description, summary and critical evaluation of each work.