Types Of Traditional Review Of Literature
Listed below are definitions of types of literature reviews: Argumentative Review This form examines literature selectively in order to support or refute an argument, deeply embedded assumption, or philosophical problem already established in the literature. The purpose is to develop a body of literature that establishes a contrarian viewpoint.
Narrative or Traditional. Summarizes and analyzes a body of literature on a particular subject. This type of lit review is useful for providing background and overview and for illuminating areas for further research. The least methodologically rigorous type of lit review makes this type appropriate for academic courses and can be helpful in.
Methodological literature review where the research methods and design are described. These methodological reviews outline the strengths and weaknesses of the methods used and provide future direction; Theoretical literature review which examines how theory shapes or frames research
Traditional Literature Reviews Traditional literature reviews analyze a body of scholarship to reveal themes, trends, gaps, controversies, and areas of confluence. The goal is to raise awareness of various patterns and/or to argue for or against positions in a field.Traditional literature reviews can comprise portions of larger texts...