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WRITING AND WRITERS: RESEARCH AND SOURCE LOCATION TECHNIQUES : RESEARCH: ATTRIBUTION AND DOCUMENTATION: How to Produce and Write a Literature Review

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WRITING AND WRITERS: RESEARCH AND SOURCE LOCATION TECHNIQUES :
RESEARCH: ATTRIBUTION AND DOCUMENTATION:
How to Produce and Write a Literature Review




How to Produce and Write a Literature Review




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HOW TO WRITE A LITERATURE REVIEW
Will G Hopkins PhD
Department of Physiology and School of Physical Education,
University of Otago, Dunedin 9001, New Zealand.
Sportscience 3(1), sportsci.org/jour/9901/wghreview.html, 1999
(2618 words)
http://www.sportsci.org/jour/9901/wghreview.html

"This article is written in the form of a literature review
for the journal Sportscience. A few of the requirements
for form and content are unique to Sportscience,
but most are common to all good scientific journals.
You can therefore use this article to help you write a
review for any journal. You can also use this article to
structure a literature review for a thesis, but check with
your supervisor for any special requirements."



Write a Literature Review
University of California Santa Cruz
University Library
http://library.ucsc.edu/help/howto/write-a-literature-review

Not to be confused with a book review, a literature review surveys 
scholarly articles, books and other sources (e.g. dissertations, 
conference proceedings) relevant to a particular issue, area of research, 
or theory, providing a description, summary, and critical evaluation of 
each work. The purpose is to offer an overview of significant literature 
published on a topic.

2. Components

Similar to primary research, development of the literature review requires 
four stages:

snip




Literature Reviews
The Writing Center,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
http://www.unc.edu/depts/wcweb/handouts/literature_review.html

"A literature review discusses published information in a particular 
subject area, and sometimes information in a particular subject area 
within a certain time period.

A literature review can be just a simple summary of the sources, but it 
usually has an organizational pattern and combines both summary and 
synthesis. A summary is a recap of the important information of the 
source, but a synthesis is a re-organization, or a reshuffling, of that 
information. It might give a new interpretation of old material or combine 
new with old interpretations. Or it might trace the intellectual 
progression of the field, including major debates. And depending on the 
situation, the literature review may evaluate the sources and advise the 
reader on the most pertinent or relevant."



WRITING A LITERATURE REVIEW
Source: Language Center, Asian Institute of Technology
http://web.pdx.edu/~bertini/pdf/literature_review.pdf

"The literature review is a critical look at the existing research that is 
significant to the work that you are carrying out. Some people think that 
it is a summary: This is not true. Although you need to summarize relevant 
research, it is also vital that you evaluate this work, show the 
relationships between different work, and show how it relates to your 
work. In other words, you cannot simply give a concise description of, for 
example, an article: you need to select what parts of the research to 
discuss (e.g. the methodology), show how it relates to the other work 
(e.g. What other methodologies have been used? How are they similar? How 
are they different?) and show how it relates to your work (what is its 
relationship to your methodology?)."



Writing Literature Reviews
compiled by Writing Center Staff
Claremont Graduate University
http://www.cgu.edu/pages/899.asp

"Surveying the literature is necessary because scholarship is cumulative 
-- no matter what you write, you are standing on someone else's shoulders. 
Scholars must say something new while connecting what they say to what has 
already been said.

Read on for more hints on how to approach a literature review, or follow 
the link to read a sample literature review written for Professor Jean 
Schroedel's Politics and Policy 300 course.

Review Articles

A review article or review of the literature article considers the state 
and progress of current literature on a given topic or problem by 
organizing, integrating, and evaluating previously published books and 
articles. In short, a review article is a critical evaluation of material 
that has already been published. "



How To Write A Literature Review
Squidoo
http://www.squidoo.com/writealiteraturereview

"A literature review is written in essay format and groups related works 
together and discusses trends and developments rather than focusing on one 
item at a time. It is not a summary; rather, it evaluates previous and 
current research in regard to how relevant and/or useful it is and how it 
relates to your own research. The format of a review of literature may 
vary from discipline to discipline and from assignment to assignment. A 
review may be a self-contained unit -- an end in itself -- or a preface to 
and rationale for engaging in primary research."



How to Write a Literature Review
http://library.mtaloy.edu/find_articles/
HowtoWriteaLiteratureReviewnofooter.pdf



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http://tinyurl.com/69mbj3q




Review of Literature
University of Wisconsin.  Madison.  Writing Center
http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/ReviewofLiterature.html



How to... write a literature review
Emerald
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/guides/write/literature.htm

Article Sections

What is a literature review?
Stages of a literature review
Organizing a literature review
Further information and examples

"A literature review should never be just a list"



The Literature Review: A Few Tips On Conducting It
Written by Dena Taylor, Health Sciences Writing Centre
University of Toronto
http://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/
specific-types-of-writing/literature-review



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"A literature review is an account of what has been published on a topic 
by accredited scholars and researchers. Occasionally you will be asked to 
write one as a separate assignment (sometimes in the form of an annotated 
bibliography-see the bottom of the next page), but more often it is part 
of the introduction to an essay, research report, or thesis. In writing 
the literature review, your purpose is to convey to your reader what 
knowledge and ideas have been established on a topic, and what their 
strengths and weaknesses are. As a piece of writing, the literature review 
must be defined by a guiding concept (e.g., your research objective, the 
problem or issue you are discussing, or your argumentative thesis). It is 
not just a descriptive list of the material available, or a set of 
summarie."



Guidelines for writing a literature review
by Helen Mongan-Rallis. Last updated: November 17, 2006
[Note: For these guidelines, in some sections I have quoted directly some 
of the the steps from: Galvan, J. (2006). Writing literature reviews: a 
guide for students of the behavioral sciences (3rd ed.). Glendale, CA: 
Pyrczak Publishing.]
University of Minnesota. Duluth
Department of Education
http://www.duluth.umn.edu/~hrallis/guides/researching/litreview.html

Content Sample:

Step 7: Writing the review (Galvan, 2006: 81-90)

Identify the broad problem area, but avoid global statements

Early in the review, indicate why the topic being reviewed is important

Distinguish between research finding and other sources of information

Indicate why certain studies are important

If you are commenting on the timeliness of a topic, be specific in 
describing the time frame

If citing a classic or landmark study, identify it as such

If a landmark study was replicated, mention that and indicate the results 
of the replication

Discuss other literature reviews on your topic

Refer the reader to other reviews on issues that you will not be 
discussing in details

Justify comments such as, "no studies were found."

Avoid long lists of nonspecific references

If the results of previous studies are inconsistent or widely varying, 
cite them separately

Cite all relevant references in the review section of thesis, 
dissertation, or journal article



How to write a literature review
Concordia University Libraries
http://library.concordia.ca/help/howto/litreview.php

Content Sample:

In assessing each piece, consideration should be given to:

Provenance: What are the author's credentials? Are the author's arguments 
supported by evidence (e.g. primary historical material, case studies, 
narratives, statistics, recent scientific findings)?

Objectivity: Is the author's perspective even-handed or prejudicial? Is 
contrary data considered or is certain pertinent information ignored to 
prove the author's point?

Persuasiveness: Which of the author's theses are most/least convincing?

Value: Are the author's arguments and conclusions convincing? Does the 
work ultimately contribute in any significant way to an understanding of 
the subject?




Writing literature reviews
Monash University
http://www.monash.edu.au/lls/llonline/writing/
general/lit-reviews/index.xml



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Quoting:

"A review of the literature has the following functions:

to justify your choice of research question, theoretical or conceptual 
framework, and method;

to establish the importance of the topic;
to provide background information needed to understand the study;

to show readers you are familiar with significant and/or up-to-date 
research relevant to the topic;

to establish your study as one link in a chain of research that is 
developing knowledge in your field."





How to Write a Literature Review
By an eHow Contributor
eHow.com
http://www.ehow.com/how_2046074_write-literature-review.html



How to Write a Literature Review
Louis Salmon Library
University of Alabama in Huntsville
http://lib.uah.edu/researchassistance/literaturereview.html
What is a Literature Review? | Introduction | Body | Conclusion |
Final Guidance



Researching and Writing Literature Reviews
The University of Arizona
University Libraries
http://www.library.arizona.edu/help/tutorials/litreviews/whatis.html

Home
  |
What is a literature review?
  |
Why do a literature review?
  |
What does a literature review do?
  |
Components of the literature review
  |
Things you should do before beginning your literature review
  |
Beginning the literature review
  |
Critical analysis of materials
  |
Tools
  |
Additional assistance & further information

Content Sample:

Critical analysis of materials
Preliminary analysis:


Who is/are the author/s? What are their qualifications (degrees awarded, 
positions at universities, previous research and publications) to write on 
the topic at hand?

What is the date of publication of the research? How up-to-date is the 
study? Has it been superseded?

Who is the publisher? Is the publisher a respected entity? Is it a 
university press or a private company? If a university press, what is the 
reputation of the institution? If private, what is the reputation of the 
company? (Your librarian can help you make this determination.) If the 
resource in question is a journal article, is the publishing journal a 
respected journal in the field?

Topics Covered in This Section

Objectivity

Coverage

Authority



How To Write A Literature Review
A Wiki
http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/wiki/pmwiki.php/
Chapter1/HowToWriteALiteratureReview
Saul Greenberg
http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/wiki/pmwiki.php/
Chapter1/HowToWriteALiteratureReview



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"Organizing a literature review by ideas A very good way to do a 
literature review is by reviewing ideas, and then bringing in various 
projects and citations relevant to that idea. Ideas are typically 
abstractions that you may have made after reading many papers / project 
descriptions, and so on. That is, they are the essence / core of what 
makes something work. Ideas may be presented either as a set of 
subsections of related ideas (where one will flow from the next), or even 
better as a framework that shows the inter-relations between ideas as well 
as their structure."



Jeromy Anglim's Blog: Psychology and Statistics
How to Write a Literature Review in Psychology
http://jeromyanglim.blogspot.com/2009/09/
how-to-write-literature-review-in.html



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"Illustrate a methodology: Studies that illustrate a methodology are 
particularly important. The limitations of a methodology can affect all 
studies that use the methodology. Understanding and critiquing the 
methodology allows the author to assess whether the theoretical claims 
argued by researchers using this methodology are justified and allows the 
reader to understand this also. Common methodological limitations in I/O 
psychology include: (a) use of self-report measures (limits objectivity of 
conclusions); use of a observational designs (limits causal inference); 
(b) use of university samples (limits generalisability); (c) use of a 
common statistical analysis technique (e.g., most people researchers using 
mediation or SEM do not adequately consider alternative causal 
interpretations); and (d) use of experiments (may lack ecological 
validity)."



Writing literature reviews : a guide for students of the social and 
behavioural sciences (3rd ed)
Auteur(s) : GALVAN Jose L
Date de parution: 01-2005
Langue : ANGLAIS
162p. Paperback
Etat : Disponible chez l'iteur (dai de livraison : 20 jours)
http://www.lavoisier.fr/notice/frZWOXXASAAKWSSR.html




?Northwest Medical Education? 2006-04Add to Favorite Get Latest Update 
Literature Review Writing by Senior Medical Students and Analysis of the 
Existing ProblemsHUANG Yin-jiu,WU Shou-wei,GONG Jin-yan,BAO Ming-sheng 
(Genetics Teaching and Research Division,Department of Biology of Bengbu 
Medical College,Bengbu 233000,China)
http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-XBYX200604044.htm



Jose L. Galvan
Writing Literature Reviews: A Guide for Students of the Social and 
Behavioral Sciences
Pyrczak Publishing, Glendale, CA (2006)
ISBN 1-884585-66-3 162pp. $39.95.
Krug, S
Journal: Library & information science research
ISSN: 0740-8188 Date: 2008
Volume: 30 Issue: 2 Page: 161



Title Writing literature reviews: a guide for students of the social and 
behavioral sciences
Author Jose L. Galvan
Edition 3
Publisher Pyrczak, 2006
Original from the University of Michigan
Digitized Dec 30, 2006
ISBN 1884585663, 9781884585661
Length 162 pages
Subjects Academic writing
Book reviewing
Language Arts & Disciplines / Composition & Creative Writing
Language Arts & Disciplines / General
Psychology
Psychology / Developmental / General
Psychology / Social Psychology
Report writing
Scholarly periodicals
Social Science / Research
Social sciences
Social sciences/ Authorship
Social sciences/ Research
Social sciences/ Research/ Evaluation




Title Essential Research Methods for Social Work
Authors Allen Rubin, Earl R. Babbie
Edition 2, illustrated
Publisher Cengage Learning, 2009
ISBN 0495604372, 9780495604372
Length 362 pages
Subjects Education / Counseling / General
Education / General
Political Science / Public Policy / Social Services & Welfare
Psychology / Psychotherapy / Counseling
Social Science / Social Work
Social service



Title Proposals that work: a guide for planning dissertations and grant 
proposals
Proposals That Work: A Guide for Planning Series
Authors Lawrence F. Locke, Waneen Wyrick Spirduso, Stephen J. Silverman
Editors Lawrence F. Locke, Waneen Wyrick Spirduso, Stephen J. Silverman
Edition 5, illustrated
Publisher SAGE, 2007
ISBN 1412924235, 9781412924238
Length 354 pages
Subjects Business & Economics / Nonprofit Organizations & Charities
Dissertations, Academic
Dissertations, Academic/ Handbooks, manuals, etc
Education / Higher
Education / Study Skills
Fund raising
Language Arts & Disciplines / Composition & Creative Writing
Language Arts & Disciplines / Grammar & Punctuation
Medical / General
Proposal writing in research
Proposal writing in research/ Handbooks, manuals, etc
Reference / General
Reference / Handbooks & Manuals
Reference / Research
Reference / Writing Skills
Research grants
Research grants/ Handbooks, manuals, etc
Social Science / Research



Title Research design: qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods 
approaches
Author John W. Creswell
Editor John W. Creswell
Edition 3, illustrated
Publisher SAGE, 2009
ISBN 141296556X, 9781412965569
Length 260 pages
Subjects Social Science / General
Social Science / Methodology
Social Science / Research
Social Science / Statistics
Social sciences
Social sciences - Research - Methodology
Social sciences - Statistical methods
Social sciences/ Research/ Methodology
Social sciences/ Statistical methods
Social service




Title The psychology research handbook: a guide for graduate students and 
research assistants
Authors Frederick T. L. Leong, James T. Austin
Editors Frederick T. L. Leong, James T. Austin
Edition 2, illustrated
Publisher SAGE, 2006
ISBN 0761930221, 9780761930228
Length 516 pages
Subjects Psychology
Psychology - Research - Methodology
Psychology / General
Psychology / Reference
Psychology / Research & Methodology
Psychology/ Research/ Methodology



Title Scientific papers and presentations
Effective communication skills in science
Author Martha Davis
Edition 2, revised
Publisher Academic Press, 2005
ISBN 0120884240, 9780120884247
Length 356 pages
Subjects Communication in science
Communication of technical information
Medical / General
Reference / General
Science / Chemistry / General
Science / Life Sciences / Biology / General
Science / Philosophy & Social Aspects
Technical writing
Technology & Engineering / Technical Writing




Title The literature review: six steps to success
Authors Lawrence A. Machi, Brenda T. McEvoy
Edition illustrated
Publisher Corwin Press, 2008
ISBN 1412961351, 9781412961356
Length 164 pages
Subjects Education / General
Education / Higher
Education / Research
Reference / Research
Research
Research - Methodology
Research - Methodology - Study and teaching (Higher)
Research - Methodology - Study and teaching (Secondary)
Research/ Methodology/ Handbooks, manuals, etc
Research/ Methodology/ Study and teaching (Higher)/ Handbooks, manuals, 
etc
Research/ Methodology/ Study and teaching (Secondary)/ Handbooks, manuals, 
etc



Title Nursing research: a qualitative perspective
Academic Textbooks Series
Issue 14, Part 1357 of Pub. (National League for Nursing)
Authors Patricia L. Munhall, National League for Nursing
Editor Patricia L. Munhall
Edition 3, illustrated
Publisher Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2001
ISBN 0763711357, 9780763711351
Length 672 pages
Subjects Medical / Nursing / General
Medical / Nursing / Research & Theory
Nursing
Nursing/ Research
Research



Title Investigating the social world: the process and practice of research
The Pine Forge Press series in research methods and statistics
Author Russell K. Schutt
Edition 5, illustrated
Publisher Pine Forge Press, 2006
ISBN 1412927374, 9781412927376
Length 680 pages
Subjects Computers / Mathematical & Statistical Software
Reference / Research
Social Science / General
Social Science / Research
Social problems
Social sciences
Social sciences/ Research




Title Writing papers in psychology
Authors Ralph L. Rosnow, Mimi Rosnow
Edition 8, illustrated
Publisher Cengage Learning, 2008
ISBN 0495509566, 9780495509561
Length 182 pages
Subjects Language Arts & Disciplines / Composition & Creative Writing
Psychology
Psychology - Authorship
Psychology / General
Psychology / Psychotherapy / Counseling
Psychology/ Authorship
Reference / Writing Skills
Report writing




Title The Psychologist's Companion: A Guide to Writing Scientific Papers 
for Students and Researchers
Authors Robert J. Sternberg, Karin Sternberg
Edition 5, illustrated, revised
Publisher Cambridge University Press, 2010
ISBN 0521144825, 9780521144827
Length 376 pages
Subjects Psychological literature
Psychology / General
Reference / Writing Skills
Report writing




Title Designing and Managing a Research Project: A Business Student's 
Guide
Authors Michael Jay Polonsky, David S. Waller
Edition 2
Publisher SAGE, 2010
ISBN 1412977754, 9781412977753
Length 296 pages
Subjects Business
Business & Economics / General
Business & Economics / Management
Business & Economics / Production & Operations Management
Business & Economics / Project Management
Business/ Research/ Methodology




Title Completing your qualitative dissertation: a roadmap from beginning 
to end
Authors Linda Dale Bloomberg, Marie Volpe
Editors Linda Dale Bloomberg, Marie Volpe
Edition illustrated, annotated
Publisher SAGE, 2008
ISBN 141295651X, 9781412956512
Length 232 pages
Subjects Dissertations, Academic
Education / Higher
Language Arts & Disciplines / Authorship
Qualitative research
Social Science / General
Social Science / Research




Title Communication Research: Strategies and Sources
Authors Rebecca B. Rubin, Alan M. Rubin, Paul M. Haridakis, Linda J. Piele
Edition 7
Publisher Cengage Learning, 2009
ISBN 0495095885, 9780495095880
Length 315 pages
Subjects Communication
Communication - Research - Methodology
Communication/ Research/ Methodology
Drama / General
Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication
Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication Studies
Language Arts & Disciplines / General
Language Arts & Disciplines / Library & Information Science
Language Arts & Disciplines / Speech
Performing Arts / Theater / General



Title Research Methods for Managers
Authors John Gill, Phil Johnson
Edition 4, illustrated
Publisher SAGE Publications, 2009
ISBN 1847870945, 9781847870940
Length 288 pages
Subjects Business & Economics / Development / Business Development
Business & Economics / Economics / General
Business & Economics / Education
Business & Economics / Industrial Management
Business & Economics / Management
Industrial management/ Research
Reference / Research



Title Research genres: explorations and applications
The Cambridge applied linguistics series
Author John Swales
Edition illustrated
Publisher Cambridge University Press, 2004
ISBN 0521533341, 9780521533348
Length 314 pages
Subjects Academic writing
Dissertations, Academic
Dissertations, Academic - Authorship
Education / General
English language
English language - Rhetoric - Study and teaching
English language - Study and teaching (Higher) - Foreign speakers
English language/ Rhetoric/ Study and teaching
English language/ Study and teaching (Higher)/ Foreign speakers
Fiction / General
Foreign Language Study / English as a Second Language
Interdisciplinary approach in education
Language Arts & Disciplines / General
Language Arts & Disciplines / Rhetoric
Research
Research - Methodology



Title The Dissertation Journey: A Practical and Comprehensive Guide to 
Planning, Writing, and Defending Your Dissertation
Author Carol M. Roberts
Editor Carol M. Roberts
Edition 2
Publisher Corwin Press, 2010
ISBN 1412977983, 9781412977982
Length 248 pages
Subjects Dissertations, Academic/ Handbooks, manuals, etc
Doctor of education degree/ Handbooks, manuals, etc
Education / General
Education / Higher
Education / Research
Language Arts & Disciplines / Composition & Creative Writing
Language Arts & Disciplines / Rhetoric
Reference / Writing Skills
Report writing/ Handbooks, manuals, etc



Title Writing Guidelines for Education Students
Author Lisa Emerson
Editor Lisa Emerson
Contributor Lisa Emerson
Edition 2, illustrated
Publisher Cengage Learning Australia, 2007
ISBN 0170130045, 9780170130042
Length 137 pages
Subjects Education / Research
Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / General
Reference / Writing Skills
Report writing
Study skills
Teachers
Teachers - Training of



Title Action Research for Improving Educational Practice: A Step-by-Step 
Guide
Author Valsa Koshy
Edition 2, illustrated
Publisher SAGE Publications, 2009
ISBN 1848601603, 9781848601604
Length 176 pages
Subjects Action research
Action research in education
Education
Education / Research
Reference / Research
Science / Research & Methodology
Teachers




Title Writing the winning thesis or dissertation: a step-by-step guide
Authors Allan A. Glatthorn, Randy L. Joyner
Editors Allan A. Glatthorn, Randy L. Joyner
Contributors Allan A. Glatthorn, Randy L. Joyner
Edition 2, illustrated
Publisher Corwin Press, 2005
ISBN 076193961X, 9780761939610
Length 268 pages
Subjects Dissertations, Academic
Education / General
Education / Higher
Education / Research
Language Arts & Disciplines / Authorship
Language Arts & Disciplines / Composition & Creative Writing
Reference / Writing Skills
Report writing
Research



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HEALTH DIET FITNESS RECREATION SPORTS TOURISM
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/healthrecsport/
http://groups.google.com/group/healthrecsport
http://healthrecsport.jiglu.com/
http://listserv.temple.edu/archives/health-recreation-sports-tourism.html

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