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Feb
24

Writing a Literature Review

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Writing a literature review can provide the student an excellent opportunity to delve deeply into a new, obscure, or beloved piece of literature and to share insights into it with other people. The goal in writing literature reviews is to convince the review reader of the value (or lack thereof) of the piece of literature, and in order to achieve that goal, the student may follow several standard steps. . . . .

Feb
23

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Feb
22

Student Thesis

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One writes a student thesis in preparation to complete a large segment of academic education, such as in preparation to receive a master's degree. Student theses are extensive projects that present challenges as well as rewards; one of the greatest rewards is that the student has the opportunity to explore exhaustively an academic area of personal interest. After one has completed a successful student thesis, one may have gained a modicum of professional respect in the field and may publish portions of the thesis in highly respectable academic journals. . . . .

Feb
21

Thesis Research Paper

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A thesis research paper is a project for which a student performs the most exhaustive research possible and synthesizes it into a single work, usually filling 50 to 150 pages. The same guidelines apply to thesis research papers as to research term papers, but they result in larger, more extensive, more unique work. These guidelines are topic selection, research, organizing, writing, and editing. . . . .

Feb
20

In Literature Review

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Certain elements usually appear in literature reviews, and the student who has to write a review may make good headway in the project by figuring out how to incorporate these elements. They are an introduction, a summary of the chosen text, an analysis of the text, and a conclusion. . . . .

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