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DAGSLORE's MPhil / PhD Literature Survey Writing & Publishing - Services

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Literature Review Writing

• A literature review is not an annotated bibliography in which you summarize briefly each article that you have reviewed.

• While a summary of what you have read is contained within the literature review, it goes well beyond merely summarizing professional literature.

• It focuses on a specific topic of interest to you and includes a critical analysis of the relationship among different works, and relating this research to your work.

• It may be written as a stand-alone paper or to provide a theoretical framework and rationale for a research study (such as a thesis or dissertation).

At Research Assistance, DAGSLORE undertake the following process while mentoring MPhil / PhD. Dissertation Literature Review: In general

• Compare the different author's views on the issues

• Select and write about the group of authors who draws similar conclusions by organizing ideas and eliminate the irrelevant information

• Planning in terms of disciplinary field, literature review methodology (qualitative, quantitative, theory, methodology)

• Scope of the review

• Who is the author, main purpose, his/her theoretical perspective, research methodology (intended audience)?

• Highlight the different areas of authors’ disagreement

• Highlights research gaps and exemplary studies

• Showcase how your study relates to previous studies

• Showcase how your studies relate to the literature

• Conclusion, summarizing what the literature says

In Specific

• To understand the theoretical and conceptual concepts

• To identify independent and dependent variables

• To have insights over measurement and operational definitions

• To plan sampling strategy

• To understand the statistical technique for data collection and interpretation

• To get knowledge of findings and conclusions of similar studies previously conducted

• To get the indication of research

• To avoid replication of the study

• To identify the research problem, etc.