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How to Do Your Literature Review
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How to Do Your Literature Review

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December 2024 | 312 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This book will walk you through every step of crafting an excellent literature review. It will show you where to find sources, how to assess their quality, and how to combine and integrate these sources into the best possible literature review. From scoping the field to searching the literature to synthesising your findings, this book hits all the spots.

Presenting a clear and detailed roadmap to ensure you don’t miss a step, the book includes:

· Advice on the best ways to scan and search the literature.

· All the latest information and advice on using AI tools for searching literature.

· Case studies and real-life examples from a range of disciplines so you can learn from other researchers who have been in your shoes.

· DIY activities so you can practice your skills and get to grips with key concepts.

· Guidance on how to analyse and synthesise the findings from your literature searches.

· Advice and guidance on organising your writing.

For tutors, each chapter is accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation that will map onto a 10 or 11 week module.

Written in Gary’s signature easy-to-read style, this book is an essential companion for anyone conducting a literature review in the applied social sciences.


 
Chapter 1: Starting
 
Chapter 2: Scanning, skimming, saving and storing
 
Chapter 3: Sources, quality and criticality
 
Chapter 4: Scoping
 
Chapter 5: Searching and screening
 
Chapter 6: Structuring a narrative review
 
Chapter 7: Systematizing
 
Chapter 8: Strategising: comparing systematic, realist and narrative reviews
 
Chapter 9: Synthesising: storyline and theory
 
Chapter 10: Synthesizing and analysing
 
Chapter 11: Scribing, concluding and stopping

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