The second edition includes key vocabulary words, technology advice, and additional tips on when and how to write during the early stages--including the use of journals and memoranda--to make the literature review process a success. Lawrence A. He holds an MA in curriculum development and an Ed. He has taught research methods and design, and has chaired doctoral dissertation research in addition to teaching classes in organizational development. He has extensive experience in higher education, and prior to his tenure at La Verne, he taught in schools of education at the University of San Francisco, St. Machi currently serves as a Fulbright Specialist, having recently completed an assignment in Taiwan.
The literature review : six steps to success
ERIC - ED - The Literature Review: Six Steps to Success. Second Edition, Corwin, Jun
From daunting to doable in six steps Graduate students who turn in exceptional literature reviews are recognized as excellent critical thinkers, as well as masters of academic argumentation, research writing and writing academic papers. But literature searches and composing the review itself can be intimidating and frustrating. The six-step process pioneered by this book has made the task flowing and seamless for masters and doctoral candidates in Education and related fields. Reflective Oversight boxes in each chapter that prompt readers to direct metacognitive activities. Links to online guides and resources. Expanded examples illustrating theoretical concepts.
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As you read and evaluate your literature there are several different ways to organize your research. Courtesy of Dr. Gary Burkholder in the School of Psychology, these sample matrices are one option to help organize your articles.
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