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Literature reviews require patience and diligence.  Gall, Borg and Gall (1996) highlight seven common mistakes that people can make during the review process: Does not clearly relate the findings of the literature review to the researcher’s own study. Does...
Some experts say it is the most difficult and time-consuming process. In fact, literature review gives students more latitude to develop their own ideas. it is not just summarising what's known, it is about trying to figure out what...
Stumbled upon a good write up about techniques that could help all researchers go through Literature Review process with a breeze and most importantly save times, better more impact. Citation tracing– This is a fundamental step to see if...
Getting started is one thing but once you start writing and getting stuck is another.  Try any one of the strategies below to help you get "unstuck": Change your writing method: Use pen and paper instead Change your writing...
There is no NO simple solution or approved method to separate scholarly journals from other periodicals or instantly distinguishes a research study report from other types of articles. You need to develop judgment skills or ask professional librarians. However, it is always...
The word 'Research' itself can be very intimidating, scary and confusing  to even get started. It is not as hard as you think but involves processes,  if done right from the beginning, could save you lot of time and hassle....
Once you have found relevant reading material, it's advisable to start making notes. Do not postpone your writing or taking notes routine. The table below can be used as it is or adapt accordingly to suit your needs. Reference: Woodhillpark.com
Why would anyone care to read your work? Academic writing is successful when it answers the "So What" question by providing answers to the following questions: What is the issue? What are the specific questions surrounding the issue? What...
Much of researchers' work would be reading research papers, review manuscripts, or gather information for a project proposal or grant application. Scientific articles are different from novels or newspaper stories, therefore, they should be read in a different manner...
Researchers read journal articles, books, articles and much more. Reading as much as you can is good but trying to read everything related to your area is not advisable.  Mapping out the areas to cover and trying to write...

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