Research Methods: Review of Related Literature and Studies

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What is the primary difference between the Review of Related Literature and the Review of Related Studies?

One refers to the analysis of books, while the other refers to the analysis of theses and dissertations.

What is the purpose of the Review of Related Literature in a research study?

To provide a broader context and theoretical foundation for the research topic.

What is the typical format of a literature review?

Introduction, Body, Conclusion

What is the purpose of the final sentence in the introduction of a literature review?

To signal the list of key topics that will be used to discuss the selected sources.

What is the primary focus of the Review of Related Studies?

Analyzing theses, manuscripts, and dissertations related to the research topic.

Why are both the Review of Related Literature and Review of Related Studies essential for a research study?

Because they provide a broader context and theoretical foundation, as well as a more detailed and specific understanding of the research topic.

What is the main purpose of dividing the text into sections or topics in a literature review?

To synthesis the many texts chosen for the literature review

What is the primary function of a conclusion in a literature review?

To summarize the related literature and studies

What is the main purpose of citing related literature in a research paper?

To avoid plagiarism

What is the term for the formal reference to a published or unpublished source in a research paper?

Citation or In-Text Citation

What is the primary function of an acknowledgment in a research paper?

To identify individuals who contributed to the paper

What is the term for the complete list of all reading materials used in a research paper?

References or Bibliography

Test your understanding of the Review of Related Literature (RRL) and Review of Related Studies, essential components in research projects. Learn how to examine and synthesize information from various sources, including books, journals, and newspapers.

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