Many of you will instantly agree with us if we say that the literature review is one of the most tiresome sections to write about in a research paper.
A good literature review should be able to describe, summarize, and critically evaluate works related to the problem being investigated. It should also be designed to provide an overview of the sources that have been explored while providing context to your research in relation to a larger body of knowledge.
Dr, Tanya Golash-Boza, who regularly blogs on topics that are close to our hearts, shares six useful steps in writing a good literature review section in a paper. Check out her article below.