I am trying to start writing a lit. review that will form the majority of my diseratation word count. (emphasis on trying!) My supervisor suggested that I create an appendix and include a table that looks at each of the articles, I have emailed her back, but won't get reply till after Tuesday because of the bank holiday.
So I was hoping you guys could be my sounding board and see if my titles for columns make sense.
Author is a really obvious one as well as the reference, I thought about then putting in a summary of the findings, what kind of research the study was, and if the paper made any recomendations.
The problem is that that is only 5 headings and she suggested around ten... I have checked my reserach books and I think I must be missing something really obvious, so has anyone got any ideas???
I have no shifts for tomorrow and was hoping to crack on, but at this rate I may just have to enjoy the bank holiday 'sun!'
May 3, '04
You could include headings which detail what the researcher's thesis was or their research question, the methodology, data collection methods, data analysis methods, how they attempted to limit bias, limitations to each study
Last edit by J. Tigana on May 3, '04