Introduce the topic of investigation, its relevance, and your personal interest in it. What problems do you want to solve?
Construct a Literature Review Outline on our topic. Be familiar with the information you have already generated in the previous assignments to assist in this assignment. Please follow the example below.
Example of Literature Review Outline
a. Introduce the topic of investigation, its relevance, and your personal interest in it. What problems do you want to solve?
b. Formulate the research questions as it will answer questions you want to find. Present the methodology you are going to use and the results you expect to achieve. Name the overall trends in the literature regarding your topic.
a. Review your topic in general terms, what are the notions and details about the subject that readers should know.
b. Narrow down the subject. Choose a characteristic or an aspect to analyze.
i. Give the research questions, hypotheses, methods, and participants. What was achieved as a result of that study?
ii. Make sure you answer the following question. How is your study different from other studies in terms of methods and research questions?
iii. What are the main peculiarities of your study? Dwell on research questions and the methodology used as well as participants and the outcomes.
c. Choose another subtopic for analysis.
i. Is there anything different in how the study was carried out in comparison with others?
ii. Study 6. Dwell on the research questions, methods used, participants, and findings.
a. In this part, make sure you mention common findings, pros, and cons of different approaches.
b. Which studies do you consider to have more scientific value than others, why?
c. What questions remain unanswered? What can and should be done to make up for that?
d. Are there any gaps in your review?
e. How are you going to use them in your further investigation?