Kelly: “I don’t know. There’s no way of knowing. But you can’t live in fear.”
Bryant: “Yes, you can.”
Hah. I guess he’s right! ;)
Learn how to write an assessment of literature.
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What is an assessment literature?
Writing the introduction
Writing the entire body
Writing the actual final outcome
What is evaluation literature?
The format of evaluation literature can vary greatly from discipline to discipline and from assignment
A review could be a self-contained unit — a conclusion in itself — or perhaps a preface to and rationale for undertaking primary research.
A review is usually a required a part of grant and research proposals and frequently a chapter in theses and dissertations.
Generally, the purpose of your review should be to analyze critically a segment of the published body
expertise through summary, classification, and comparison of prior studies, reviews
of literature, and theoretical articles.
Writing the introduction
In the introduction, you need to:
Define or identify the final topic, issue, or section of
concern, thus providing a proper context for reviewing the literature.
Point out overall trends using what has been published
about the subject; or conflicts theoretically, methodology,
evidence, and conclusions; or gaps in research and scholarship; or even a single problem or new
perspective of immediate interest.
Establish the writer’s reason (perspective) for reviewing the literature;
explain the standards to be used in analyzing and comparing literature
plus the organization with the review (sequence); and, at
the appropriate time, state why certain literature is
or possibly is not included (scope).
Writing our bodies
In our bodies, you must:
Group scientific tests and other kinds of literature (reviews,
theoretical articles, case studies, etc.) in line
with common denominators like qualitative versus quantitative approaches, conclusions of
authors, specific purpose or objective, chronology, etc.
Summarize individual studies or articles with the maximum amount of
or very little detail as each merits in accordance with its comparative
importance from the literature, remembering that space (length) denotes significance.
Provide people with strong “umbrella” sentences at beginnings of paragraphs, “signposts”
throughout, and brief “so what” summary sentences
at intermediate points inside the review to assistance with understanding comparisons and analyses.
In in conclusion, you must:
Summarize major contributions of significant studies and articles for the body of information under review,
maintaining the target established inside
Evaluate the latest “state in the art” with the body of information reviewed, mentioning major
methodological flaws or gaps in research, inconsistencies the theory is
that and findings, and areas or issues pertinent to
Conclude by giving some advice about the relationship involving the
central topic in the literature review plus a larger part of study for
example a discipline, a scientific endeavor, or even a profession.
For additional information see our handouts on Writing a Critical Review
of an Nonfiction Book or Article or Reading a Book to Review It.
To find out more on literature reviews, check out our workshop on Writing Literature Reviews of Published Research.
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