مجلة العلوم الاجتماعية
Volume 7, Numéro 29, Pages 284-289
A literature review is an effective instructive analytical summary of a specific research topic. Though a good literature review can have many written forms such as a primary project of a research study and an introduction to a dissertation or a thesis, it critically evaluates the issue of research providing a clear image of what is found and unfound about the topic in the area of research. This paper aims to shed light on the right process of developing a literature review, mainly for the graduate and postgraduate students and novice researchers who are consistently struggling with writing a literature-based establishment for their proposed projects to facilitate theoretical progress in the field.
literature review; methodology; novice researchers; writing
Ahmad Hassan Abu Ja'far
Muhammad Al- Shalaldeh
Ahmed Chemseddine Bouarar