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What is a literature review and how do I write one?

This session is designed for postgraduate students.

A literature review is a justification for doing research and for doing it in a particular way. Participants will explore the purpose of literature reviews in their field, the degree of criticality expected and the relationship to the rest of the dissertation/thesis or paper. They will also consider features such as finding a voice and taking a stance towards the literature under review.  Materials from the Workshops, including PowerPoint Slides and handouts, can be accessed through the Organisations section on Vision.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019
14:15 - 15:15
Anderson Room, Edinburgh Campus Library
Edinburgh Campus
  PG students only  
  Academic Writing  
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Jane Richardson
Mirren McLeod