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A literature review is a search and evaluation of the available literature in your given subject or chosen topic area. It documents the state of the art with respect to the subject or topic you are writing about.

A literature review has four main objectives:

It surveys the literature in your chosen area of study
It synthesises the information in that literature into a summary
It critically analyses the information gathered by identifying gaps in current knowledge; by showing limitations of theories and points of view; and by formulating areas for further research and reviewing areas of controversy
It presents the literature in an organised way
A literature review shows your readers that you have an in-depth grasp of your subject; and that you understand where your own research fits into and adds to an existing body of agreed knowledge.

Here’s another way of describing those four main tasks. A literature review:

demonstrates a familiarity with a body of knowledge and establishes the credibility of your work;
summarises prior research and says how your project is linked to it;
integrates and summarises what is known about a subject;
demonstrates that you have learnt from others and that your research is a starting point for new ideas.

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Section 1: Note Taking
Section 2: How to Read an Articles
Section 3: Academic Writing
Section 4: Paragraph Building

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