Group members: INCREDIBLE SOULS. Leader 11338 11321 11315 11353 11316. LITERATURE REVIEW. The workshop will cover:. 1- LITERATURE REVIEW. 2- WHAT IS LITERATURE REVIEW 3- WHY LITERATURE REVIEW IS IMPORTANT. 4- SOURCES OF LITERATURE REVIEW. 5- LITERATURE REVIEW
1- LITERATURE REVIEW.
2- WHAT IS LITERATURE REVIEW
3- WHY LITERATURE REVIEW IS IMPORTANT.
4- SOURCES OF LITERATURE REVIEW.
5- LITERATURE REVIEW
6- LITERATURE REVIEW HELPS.
7- CONSTRUCTING LITERATURE REVIEW.
8- ORGANIZING LITERATURE REVIEW.
9- LITERATURE REVIEW IN RESEARCH APPROACHES.
10-CRITICAL ANALYZING THE LITERATURE.
11- WRITING LITERATURE REVIEW.
12- STRUCTURING LITERATURE REVIEW.
13-. QUICK VIEW
“…a literature review surveysscholarly articles, books and othersources […] relevant to aparticular issue, area ofresearch, or theory,providing a description,summary, and criticalevaluation of each work.”
A discussion of your knowledge that is supported by the research literature.
A foundation for the study.what is Literature Review?
Analysis is breaking down something into parts.
There are two types of analysis:
1- Systematic Analysis.
2- Arguments Analysis.
Systematic Analysis: It is a kind of analysis in which we systematically evaluate the literature on the basis of key ideas, theories, concepts and methodological assumptions and the overall structure and format of the research.
Arguments Analysis: If a range of arguments are being analysed you will need to explain the claim, data and warrant for each argument . In this way the identification of the individual and similar elements in a range of items can be compared and contrasted.
Car washes can use
up to 250,000
Gallons of water in
the main summer
Water is essential and people should not wasted it in times of shortage
Water should cause inconvenience
are a danger to people & can be
costly to consumers.
Car owners should restrict washing their cars in areas of the country where there is a water shortage
Fisher provides a method for a systematic reading of texts. Through which reader can extract words (Thus and therefore) of any argument for the purpose of evaluation. Words that are used to structure an argument are the focus for the analysis . Words (Thus and therefore) are highlighted because they are used to link evidence with claims and suggest inference, reasons and conclusions.
Review on independent variable
Review on dependent variable
Review on the relationship of independent & dependent variables
Adopted from “Doing Literature Review” by Chris Hart
Adopted from “Research Methods for business Students” by mark Saunders
Adopted from Research Design by John W. Creswell.