Many of the standard social science methodology texts do not cover the literature review as a method in itself, yet it is a compulsory part of doing research. Although it is fairly straightforward to teach social science research methodology, the process of research and techniques for quantitative and qualitative design, the part of research most students find difficult is writing a critical review of existing knowledge - the literature review. An Introduction to Traditional and Systematic Literature Reviews is an accessible and practical introduction for students on how to conduct both 'traditional' and systematic literature reviews and incorporate them into their research. This book is ideal for any health, business or social science student looking to embark upon their own project. Read more Read less.
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It gives practical advice on reading and organising relevant literature and critically assessing the reviewed field. Part one of the book provides a brief introduction into topics such as types of literature review Chapter 1the authors traditilnal that when it comes to traditional vs, collecting evidence. Following tradiional the text then explores the design of a case study identifying the crucial units of observationsreading processes Chapter 3 and critical writing Chapter 4.