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4 Tips for writing a literature review

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Literature reviews are common elements in academic writing, found in dissertations or theses, but also in journal articles, book introductions, book chapters, and even course exercises. Despite its prevalence in academia, the process of writing a literature review is often daunting to an academic author. In her recent TAA webinar, “Demystifying the Literature Review”, Dr. Daveena Tauber, Founder of Scholar Studio shared four tips that can make the process easier.

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