Infographic: 6 Steps for Writing a Literature Review

August 31, 2017 Helen Eassom

Writing a literature review is often the most daunting part of a thesis or dissertation. With such a vast amount of literature out there, how do you know where to even begin? This infographic, based on a previous blog post, sets out 6 simple steps to set you on your way to writing a successful and well thought out literature review.

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Helen Eassom

Author Marketing, Wiley // Helen is a Marketing Coordinator working within the Author Marketing team for Wiley's Global Research division.

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