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As you write your review, consider these ways of working with and then possibly writing about the material you are finding:
From: Writing the successful thesis and dissertation by Irene L. Clark (p. 111).
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Some helpful tips for preparing your synthesis of the literature!
From Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care: A Practical Guide by Helen Aveyard
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The sites below offer a range of considerations and steps for writing the literature review.
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Explore the resources listed below to learn more about how to avoid plagiarism and correctly citing the ideas of others: