D. Literature Review

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A. General Introduction
1. What is and how to write a research paper, thesis, or dissertation?
2. research methodology
B. The Writing Process of a Research Paper
0. (general / mixed)
1. brainstorming
2. outlining
3. drafting
4. doing research (and the related)
5. revising, editing, and proofreading
C. Abstract & Proposal
D. Literature Review
E. How to Format
1. (relevant:) about intellectual property and plagiarism
2. formatting styles
F. Essential Skills: Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Using Quotations
G. More Language Sensibility
1. avoiding choppy and stringy sentences
2. avoiding run-on sentences, comma splices, and sentence fragments
3. how to reduce clauses to phrases and avoid dangling or misplaced modifiers
4. avoiding faulty parallelism; words of urgency
5. avoiding unclear comparisons
6. avoiding bias in writing
7. (others)
H. (relevant:) Oral Defense and Academic Presentation
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Literature Reviews: An Overview for Graduate Students
source: libncsu  2009-07-30

How should I structure and write my literature review
source: Brunel University 2010-05-05

How to write a literature review
source: EnglishforUniversity  2009-05-03

The Literature Review
source: Massey University  2010-05-17

Dissertation Literature Review
source: studentresource31  2012-06-30

How to write a Literature Review for Sociology
source: M Ita  2012-10-21

Writing the Literature Review: Step-by-Step Tutorial for Graduate Students 
source: David Taylor  2010-06-28

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