1. Selecting your topic2. Setting the topic in context3. Looking at information sources4. Using information sources5. Getting the information6. Organising information (information management)7. Positioning the literature review8. Writing the literature review
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These pages have been developed by staff at CQUniversity to help postgraduate students conceptualize, research and write a literature review. The pages are intended as a guide and it is the responsibility of the supervisor to give advice.
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Writing the literature review

“Writing this section [the literature review] well is a sign of professional maturity; it indicates one’s grasp of the field, one’s methodological sophistication in critiquing others’ research, and the breadth and depth of one’s reading.” (Krathwohl 1988 p.4)


Resources at CQUniLIBRARY

Postgraduate Thesis Tool Kit
Call Number: 808.02 155
3 DVDs - [Disc 1]. Writing the research proposal (13:47 min.) -- [disc 2]. Writing the thesis (17:35 min.)-- [disc 3]. Writing the literature review (25:05 min.)

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The elements of an effective dissertation: a step-by-step guide to getting it right the first time - Raymond L. Calabrese
Call Number: 808.02 151
ISBN: 1578863511

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Writing your thesis - Paul Oliver
Call Number: 808.02 144
ISBN: 0761942998


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