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Literature Review

What is a literature review, what is its purpose, and how to do it.

Writing the literature review

“Writing this section [the literature review] well is a sign of professional maturity; it indicates one’s grasp of the field, one’s methodological sophistication in critiquing others’ research, and the breadth and depth of one’s reading.” (Krathwohl 1988 p.4)


Video Clips

Select the images to listen to researchers speak about writing a literature review:

      

Associate Professor Peter Raeburn, CQ University

       

Dr. Daniela Stehlik, Director of the Research Centre for Stronger Communities (RCSC) at Curtin University of Technology

 

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