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  1. How to Write a Literature Review

    Examples of literature reviews. Step 1 - Search for relevant literature. Step 2 - Evaluate and select sources. Step 3 - Identify themes, debates, and gaps. Step 4 - Outline your literature review's structure. Step 5 - Write your literature review.

  2. Guidance on Conducting a Systematic Literature Review

    This article is organized as follows: The next section presents the methodology adopted by this research, followed by a section that discusses the typology of literature reviews and provides empirical examples; the subsequent section summarizes the process of literature review; and the last section concludes the paper with suggestions on how to improve the quality and rigor of literature ...

  3. Writing a literature review

    Writing a literature review requires a range of skills to gather, sort, evaluate and summarise peer-reviewed published data into a relevant and informative unbiased narrative. Digital access to research papers, academic texts, review articles, reference databases and public data sets are all sources of information that are available to enrich ...

  4. Literature review as a research methodology: An ...

    This paper discusses literature review as a methodology for conducting research and offers an overview of different types of reviews, as well as some guidelines to how to both conduct and evaluate a literature review paper. ... Provides guidelines for publishing review papers in the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. 2.1.1. Systematic ...

  5. Writing a Literature Review

    Writing a Literature Review. A literature review is a document or section of a document that collects key sources on a topic and discusses those sources in conversation with each other (also called synthesis ). The lit review is an important genre in many disciplines, not just literature (i.e., the study of works of literature such as novels ...

  6. How to write a superb literature review

    The best proposals are timely and clearly explain why readers should pay attention to the proposed topic. It is not enough for a review to be a summary of the latest growth in the literature: the ...

  7. Ten Simple Rules for Writing a Literature Review

    Literature reviews are in great demand in most scientific fields. Their need stems from the ever-increasing output of scientific publications .For example, compared to 1991, in 2008 three, eight, and forty times more papers were indexed in Web of Science on malaria, obesity, and biodiversity, respectively .Given such mountains of papers, scientists cannot be expected to examine in detail every ...

  8. How To Write A Literature Review

    1. Outline and identify the purpose of a literature review. As a first step on how to write a literature review, you must know what the research question or topic is and what shape you want your literature review to take. Ensure you understand the research topic inside out, or else seek clarifications.

  9. What is a Literature Review?

    A literature review is a survey of scholarly sources on a specific topic. It provides an overview of current knowledge, allowing you to identify relevant theories, methods, and gaps in the existing research. There are five key steps to writing a literature review: Search for relevant literature. Evaluate sources. Identify themes, debates and gaps.

  10. Writing a literature review

    How to write a literature review in 6 steps. How do you write a good literature review? This step-by-step guide on how to write an excellent literature review covers all aspects of planning and writing literature reviews for academic papers and theses.

  11. What is a Literature Review? How to Write It (with Examples)

    A literature review is a critical analysis and synthesis of existing research on a particular topic. It provides an overview of the current state of knowledge, identifies gaps, and highlights key findings in the literature. 1 The purpose of a literature review is to situate your own research within the context of existing scholarship ...

  12. Writing a Literature Review Research Paper: A step-by-step approach

    A literature review is a surveys scholarly articles, books and other sources relevant to a particular. issue, area of research, or theory, and by so doing, providing a description, summary, and ...

  13. Writing a literature review

    Writing a literature review requires a range of skills to gather, sort, evaluate and summarise peer-reviewed published data into a relevant and informative unbiased narrative. Digital access to research papers, academic texts, review articles, reference databases and public data sets are all sources of information that are available to enrich ...

  14. How to Write a Literature Review Paper?

    1. Introduction. Literature review papers (LRPs) are often very helpful for researchers, as the reader gets an up-to-date and well-structured overview of the literature in a specific area, and the review adds value. This added value can, for example, be that the research gaps are made explicit, and this may be very helpful for readers who plan ...

  15. The Literature Review: A Foundation for High-Quality Medical Education

    The Literature Review Defined. In medical education, no organization has articulated a formal definition of a literature review for a research paper; thus, a literature review can take a number of forms. Depending on the type of article, target journal, and specific topic, these forms will vary in methodology, rigor, and depth.

  16. What is a Literature Review?

    A literature review is a review and synthesis of existing research on a topic or research question. A literature review is meant to analyze the scholarly literature, make connections across writings and identify strengths, weaknesses, trends, and missing conversations. A literature review should address different aspects of a topic as it ...

  17. Literature Review: Conducting & Writing

    Steps for Conducting a Lit Review; Finding "The Literature" Organizing/Writing; APA Style This link opens in a new window; Chicago: Notes Bibliography This link opens in a new window; MLA Style This link opens in a new window; Sample Literature Reviews. Sample Lit Reviews from Communication Arts; Have an exemplary literature review? Get Help!

  18. A literature review of user privacy concerns in conversational chatbots

    Fourth, this review narrowed down papers to those published in journals, main conference proceedings, and relevant dissertation and master's thesis publications, excluding research that appeared in adjunct proceedings of conferences and books. ... To understand this, this paper conducted a literature review with grounded theory approach ...

  19. Large Language Models for Cyber Security: A Systematic Literature Review

    In this survey, we conduct a comprehensive review of the literature on the application of LLMs in cybersecurity (LLM4Security). By comprehensively collecting over 30K relevant papers and systematically analyzing 127 papers from top security and software engineering venues, we aim to provide a holistic view of how LLMs are being used to solve ...

  20. Closing the Gap: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature on Closed

    Methods: This paper provides a comprehensive evaluation of CLSC journal papers published between 2020 and the present. This study examines and synthesizes 54 papers from major publications in this area, covering a wide range of themes and approaches. ... To our knowledge, other literature review papers in this field have covered older papers ...

  21. Highly-Cited Papers on Fracture Non-union

    The 15 HCPs appeared in 10 journals, of which 2 papers each were published in Injury (IF = 2.5), JBJS (IF = 5.3, JBJS- Series B (IF = 3.66 ) and ... Artificial intelligence in disease diagnosis: A systematic literature review, synthesizing framework and future research agenda. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 14(7 ...

  22. Extracellular vesicles as human therapeutics: A scoping review of the

    These preliminary results were published as a part of a larger mechanistic paper in animal models (Shi et al., 2021), while the same authors then performed a pilot efficacy study using the same preparation and design, and the results were presented in one of the papers commented in the previous sections (Zhu et al., 2022).

  23. Ten Simple Rules for Writing a Literature Review

    Literature reviews are in great demand in most scientific fields. Their need stems from the ever-increasing output of scientific publications .For example, compared to 1991, in 2008 three, eight, and forty times more papers were indexed in Web of Science on malaria, obesity, and biodiversity, respectively .Given such mountains of papers, scientists cannot be expected to examine in detail every ...

  24. Deep learning based active image steganalysis: a review

    Impact factor and number of citations of journal paper were considered to provide quality review article. Papers in international conferences with considerable number of citations were also considered. ... This section is divided into three sections literature review on estimating payload length i.e., Quantitative Image Steganalysis, literature ...

  25. Systematic reviews: Structure, form and content

    Abstract. This article aims to provide an overview of the structure, form and content of systematic reviews. It focuses in particular on the literature searching component, and covers systematic database searching techniques, searching for grey literature and the importance of librarian involvement in the search.

  26. Drones

    This review paper focuses on quadrotor- and multirotor-based cooperative aerial manipulation. Emphasis is first given to comparing and evaluating prototype systems that have been implemented and tested in real-time in diverse application environments. The underlying modeling and control approaches are also discussed and compared. The outcome of this review allows for understanding the ...

  27. Some aspects of investigating fuel densification during repeated

    Questions of interrelation of reactor compaction of fuel under irradiation and its behavior during the repeated thermal treatment (resintering) are considered. It is shown that testing the fuel via its resintering allow one to monitor its quality, to evaluate the stability of the production process of its obtaining, and to forecast its in-pile behavior via determining the amount of unstable ...

  28. Physical Review Letters

    Accepted Paper; Signatures of Kitaev interactions in the van der Waals ferromagnet VI 3 Phys. Rev. Lett. Yiqing Gu, Yimeng Gu, Feiyang Liu, Seiko Ohira-Kawamura, Naoki Murai, and Jun Zhao

  29. Joseph Conrad's Criticism of Imperialism and Colonialism Through Literature

    This paper looks into the early criticism of imperialism and colonialism through literature. Mainly through Joseph Conrad's novella Heart of Darkness. The paper examines how Heart of Darkness paints the reality created by King Leopold II of Belgium in the Congo. Conrad does this through his characters, which not only criticize King Leopold, but other colonial powers of the time as well.

  30. AI-assisted writing is quietly booming in academic journals—here's why

    For example, one paper on agricultural technology says, If you search Google Scholar for the phrase "as an AI language model," you'll find plenty of AI research literature and also some rather ...