This helps to determine whether the topic is worth studying, and it provides insight into ways in which the researcher can limit the scope to a needed area of inquiry.
Which of the following is/are purpose/s of the literature review
It shares with the reader the results of other studies that are closely related to the one being undertaken.
It relates a study to the larger, ongoing dialogue in the literature, filling in gaps and extending prior studies.
It provides a framework for establishing the importance of the study as well as a benchmark for comparing the results with other findings.
It is a demonstration of how much the researcher has read on his/her topic.
Which of the following is NOT a description of the forms of literature review?
It can integrate what others have done and said.
It can criticize previous scholarly works.
It can build bridges between related topics.
It can identify the central issues in a field.
It can collate the relevant articles and links.
a. Identifying the research question
b. Finding articles
c. Planning the study
d. Finding websites
Which of the following approaches to reading do you think is not useful in literature review?
Which of the following is NOT plagiarism?
a. Translating a source and using it without mentioning the source
b. Using an image found on the Internet without mentioning the source
c. Using common knowledge with out mentioning the source
d. Summarizing someone's work without mentioning the source
The abstract ...
a. is a brief summary of a research article.
b. cannot be cited.
c. is written before an article is written.
d. is not useful when reviewing literature.
Which of the following should be primary considerations in a research project?
How does this project contribute to the academic conversation?
Would anyone outside of the researcher’s own immediate institution or area would be interested in the topic?
How would the study and its heavy commitment of time pay off in enhancing career or academic goals?
How long will this study take?
Which of the following are necessary skills for writing a literature review?
Which of the following is NOT a way to organize the literature review?