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A quick and easy guide to writing a literature review for your master's or doctoral dissertation This short guide will give you the tools you need write a literature review, no matter what your field of study is. If you're doing your master's or doctoral thesis, you need to present a good, detailed literature review in your final dissertation. Often, this can be confusin A quick and easy guide to writing a literature review for your master's or doctoral dissertation This short guide will give you the tools you need write a literature review, no matter what your field of study is. If you're doing your master's or doctoral thesis, you need to present a good, detailed literature review in your final dissertation. Often, this can be confusing, and it's hard to find simple, clear instructions on what should go into your literature review. In this short guide, you'll learn how to structure your literature review, how to choose good subheadings, what the logical flow should look like and how much reading you should be doing for your study. Whether you're writing a research paper, proposal, or a master's or doctoral thesis, this guide will be useful for making sure that you start your journey of academic writing on the right foot. You'll be able to master this skill in just over 30 minutes. The guide is written by Dr. Grant Andrews, who has been teaching academic writing for years, and who knows the common pitfalls that students experience in academic writing. This book is part of the Essay and Thesis Writing Series. You can find out more about the series at www.writeyourthesis.com.


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A quick and easy guide to writing a literature review for your master's or doctoral dissertation This short guide will give you the tools you need write a literature review, no matter what your field of study is. If you're doing your master's or doctoral thesis, you need to present a good, detailed literature review in your final dissertation. Often, this can be confusin A quick and easy guide to writing a literature review for your master's or doctoral dissertation This short guide will give you the tools you need write a literature review, no matter what your field of study is. If you're doing your master's or doctoral thesis, you need to present a good, detailed literature review in your final dissertation. Often, this can be confusing, and it's hard to find simple, clear instructions on what should go into your literature review. In this short guide, you'll learn how to structure your literature review, how to choose good subheadings, what the logical flow should look like and how much reading you should be doing for your study. Whether you're writing a research paper, proposal, or a master's or doctoral thesis, this guide will be useful for making sure that you start your journey of academic writing on the right foot. You'll be able to master this skill in just over 30 minutes. The guide is written by Dr. Grant Andrews, who has been teaching academic writing for years, and who knows the common pitfalls that students experience in academic writing. This book is part of the Essay and Thesis Writing Series. You can find out more about the series at www.writeyourthesis.com.

30 review for Writing Your Dissertation Literature Review: A Step-by-Step Guide (Essay and Thesis Writing Book 8)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mimi

    A few valid points are raised, to consider when writing a thesis, but this is mainly a brochure advertising the academic coaching services of the author.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Al Johnson

    Concise and straight to the point. Grant Andrew's short books on writing Thesis papers, including specialized focus such as this How to Write a Literature Review, are the best tool I have encountered to date. Professor Andrews has distilled the information and years of technique development into a few pages that nevertheless never suffer from lack of detail. A rare perfect balance of brevity and in depth knowledge. Concise and straight to the point. Grant Andrew's short books on writing Thesis papers, including specialized focus such as this How to Write a Literature Review, are the best tool I have encountered to date. Professor Andrews has distilled the information and years of technique development into a few pages that nevertheless never suffer from lack of detail. A rare perfect balance of brevity and in depth knowledge.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Like others in this series, probably aimed primarily at a US readership, and therefore the indication of how many pages a Lit Review should be are probably a bit too optimistic for a UK Masters level dissertation. But the guidance here is useful, especially if you're returning to this level of education after a break, and are unsure of what you're supposed to be doing. Like others in this series, probably aimed primarily at a US readership, and therefore the indication of how many pages a Lit Review should be are probably a bit too optimistic for a UK Masters level dissertation. But the guidance here is useful, especially if you're returning to this level of education after a break, and are unsure of what you're supposed to be doing.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Surprising value in a compact volume! I’ve just started my PhD studies, after many years away from academia. While I have an MBA, and did well in the program, there was no requirement for a thesis or dissertation. This straightforward volume strips away the nonsense and in direct language, describes exactly what is needed for a literature review. Well done!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Omar Galal

    Some general guidelines (useful though, to be honest), and more of an advertisement material than a step-by-step guide; no practical steps regarding the writing process and content are actually found (for me, at least).

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julian

    Very Good I really liked it. Very specific outline/skeletal approach that demystifies the research writing process. I was already gutturally doing this and became decent at it towards graduate school but will double down on it with this book as guide for my doctoral studies.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mostafa Lotfi

    غیر از چند تا نکته ی خوب، مطلب عمیقی نداشت اما زیادم وقتم رو نگرفت.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Walker Walker

    Pros: Good book and I learned a few things along the way. I will definitely keep in my arsenal. Cons: Again, too much advertising. I don’t need to be reminded to visit the website so often.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Morandia

    Not bad, not great. it's a short read, but most of the information is intuitive if you have been writing any papers throughout your studies. Not bad, not great. it's a short read, but most of the information is intuitive if you have been writing any papers throughout your studies.

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