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Literature Review

The Literature Review is a thorough summary of the recognized facts and information in academic literature about a given subject.  Most cited sources in a dissertation or thesis are listed in the Literature Review.  The student must locate previous research studies (usually found in professional journal articles) that have contributed to the field in a manner similar to what his or her own thesis or dissertation proposes.  If little academic writing exists on a given subject, composing the Literature Review will be a very difficult task.  The standard Literature Review should:

  • justify the reason for the student's research.  The student must convince the reader that his or her research is important and beneficial.

  • allow the student to establish his or her theoretical framework and methodological focus.  The Literature Review often becomes the basis for the entire thesis or dissertation.

  • summarize each piece of literature in a few sentences and identify the approach taken by each author.

  • evaluate the approach of each author and put it into a context.

  • explain why each piece of literature was chosen as reference material for the dissertation or thesis.

  • demonstrate the student's knowledge of the field.  The student should not merely report what he or she has read.  Instead, the student must show that he or she has a thorough, deep connection to the area of study; knows what the most important issues are and their relevance to his or her investigation; understands the controversies; recognizes what has been neglected; knows where previous studies have gone and anticipates where the field will go as a result of his or her study.
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