Writing a literature review

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Winchester, Catherine; Salji, Mark;
  • Publisher: Sage Publications

Formal literature reviews are a critical appraisal of a subject and are not only an academic requirement but essential when planning a research project and for placing research findings into context. Understanding the landscape in which you are working will enable you t... View more
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