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How to write a dissertation literature review example

If you thought something was rubbish, use words such as "inconsistent", "lacking in certain areas" or "based on false assumptions"! (See Guide 1.21)

When introducing someone's opinion, don't use "says", but instead an appropriate verb which more accurately reflects this viewpoint, such as "argues", "claims" or "states". Use the present tense for general opinions and theories, or the past when referring to specific research or experiments:

Although Trescothick (2001) argues that attack is the best form of defence, Boycott (1969) claims that ...

In a field study carried out amongst the homeless of Sydney, Warne (1999) found that ...

And remember at all times to avoid plagiarising your sources.

Literature Reviews Literature Dissertation Reviews | Example

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  3. Jiyanuneqanal

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  4. Geyapobe

    Officially ABD. Passed my Qualifying Exam. On to write that dissertation on Pacific Literature and the Environment. –

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  6. Jujobej

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