Literature Review (Part Three): Outline and Write the Review of Literature

38 thoughts on “Literature Review (Part Three): Outline and Write the Review of Literature

  1. I'm going through some writers block and struggling with my literature review but the dog at 5.48 made my day hahahahaha

  2. Good day

    Hope this meets you well

    I am a postgraduate student in Film, currently working on my thesis based on the depiction of mental health in African cinema. I have never written any academic work before and desperately need assistance.

    I wanted to ask if you'd be interested in helping me with my research
    , as a mentor/critic.
    .I'd really like to do well in my research this year, perhaps you know someone who might be able to help me and could direct me to them.

    Awaiting your response.

    Well wishes.

  3. Clear and insightful Sir! i was stuck in this section, how do we connect with you- university student.

  4. Thank you for making this so doable for me. I appreciate you so much. Now I feel so much better about tackling this part of my doctoral journey. In gratitude, Lewis

  5. I remember that I once read in a translated Japanese educational book ,"You can't teach someone how to be a teacher, teachers are born to teach", and that what I was thinking of as I watched your videos. Thank you!

  6. Your tutorial is interesting and very helpful! I am currently writing a thesis that employs a literature review method for the approach. Do you have some suggestions for methodological literature which specifically discuss the literature review method?

  7. I've read countless pages on a literature review and you just broke it all down for me in 3 short videos. Thank you! I believe you have just saved my paper. 🙂

  8. Among the people who tried to explain to me what a literature review is, you are the one who made it! Thank you so much, your students at the University must be proud of you! Loads of love from Greece

  9. Hi, Sir David, I am starting to write my 1st paper after 20 years of hibernation(my last visit to the school was 1997, during this year, thesis writing was not part of the curriculum), my mind almost trembles in starting it.I"m looking forward that the sessions you presented will help me a lot…

  10. You're welcome! You may want to check out this online tutorial on how to write a lit review in 30 minutes or less:

  11. These 3 videos quickly explained exactly what I needed to understand. My question had been the difference between an annotated bib and a Literature review. We have done many annotated bibs then for a final assignment a lit review.

    Thanks for the info David

  12. Once again, David, thank you so much for your excellent contribution to humanity! More power to you! ~Myrene~

  13. hats off to your guidance sir, very nice way of presenting and making us understand. Thanks a lot! hats off to you!

  14. As a PhD student, so many other articles on writing a Lit Review were very vague and confusing. I appreciate the time and effort you took in making this and you have helped me immensely! Thank you x a billion!

  15. I know you don't need to hear it again, but what the heck, your papers made me a lot calmer about my literature review! Especially the part 1 and 2 videos. Now I have a clear idea in my head about what I need to do in order to write it. Thanks again! 🙂

  16. Dear David, thanks a million. Your three videos about writing literature reviews give me a clear direction! very helpful!

  17. Thank you so much for your videos. It helped alot! I've just got one question which might sound silly but are you allowed to use own words (I know you have to paraphrase and cite and everything) in the literature review and evluate the sources you've chose e.g. these researcher have found out … and highlighted… while others focused more on … ?

  18. Seriously, very helpful! Thank you for the time and effort. Made it relatively easy to start (haven't started yet, but I'm feeling confident after watching your videos).

  19. Does every source used in the literature review need to be peer reviewed or a government report? If it is a good source that comes from a reputable research organization, can it be used?

  20. What do you mean by taking snapshots?? i understand a literature review needs to be like questions and then putting relevant information beneath..

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