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Literature reviews

Whether you're writing your dissertation, an annotated bibliography or a research proposal, this guide covers everything you need to know in order to structure and write an expert literature review.

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Review existing literature for ideas

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Search the SAGE Research database

For books, case studies and videos on research methods, search the SAGE Research Methods database (you'll be asked to log in with your SHU username and password):

Online learning modules

Skills4Study section on projects, dissertations and reportsTest and improve your understanding with the Projects, Dissertations and Reports topic in the interactive Skills for Study package.  

NB. You'll need to create an account for your first access to Skills for Study, but afterwards you can simply use the Institutional Account login.
 

eBooks from the library

To explore this topic further, explore our recommended e-books, all available through Library Search: