About the Lit Review: SRM to the Rescue!

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A MethodSpace focus for March is on steps for reviewing literature to situate it in a research tradition. See the whole series here.

We are parsing this definition of the literature review: “a systematic syntheses of previous work around a particular topic” and examining it piece by piece (Salkind, 2010, p. 726).  This post offers resources about finding work on a particular topic. Next week we will wind up this March series with posts about ways to synthesize what you have found.

A SAGE Research Methods Reading List

The SAGE Research Methods library contains all sorts of relevant materials. I curate a Reading List with SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and project management checklists about literature reviews. I placed the general materials first on the list, but if you scroll down you will also see guides for specific methodologies and professional disciplines.

If your library doesn’t have a subscription, and you would like to access the materials listed here, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial.

Learn more about Reading Lists, and create your own public or private lists! Feel free to share your list or other resources in the comment area.

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2 thoughts on “About the Lit Review: SRM to the Rescue!

  1. Nice post.

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