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Critically Analyzing the Literature. Abstract the author’s description of the study related to your area of interest? conclusions relevant? Statement of the Problem restate the topic problem stated clearly? purpose? significance?. Hypothesis or Research Question(s) Clearly stated?

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Critically Analyzing the Literature

  • Abstract
    • the author’s description of the study
    • related to your area of interest?
    • conclusions relevant?
  • Statement of the Problem
    • restate the topic
    • problem stated clearly?
    • purpose?
    • significance?
  • Hypothesis or Research Question(s)
    • Clearly stated?
    • Relevant?
    • Related to your area of interest?
  • Assumptions
    • Explicit assumptions?
    • Implicit assumptions
    • Similar to yours?
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Critically Analyzing the Literature

  • Delimitations
    • How was the study narrowed?
    • Which considerations are relevant to your study?
  • Definitions
    • Key concepts & terms?
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Critically Analyzing the Literature

  • Method
    • research design?
    • population & sample?
    • measurement?
    • procedures?
  • Findings
    • make sense?
    • what do they say about your area of interest?
  • Discussion
    • Presented clearly?
    • Meaningful interpretations?
    • Implications discussed?
    • Suggestions or recommendations?
    • Limits to practical application?
  • Conclusion
    • What did you learn?
    • Re-state your new knowledge
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