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  1. Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care by Helen Aveyard, 2007-08-01
  2. Books of the Century: A Hundred Years of Authors, Ideas, and Literature by New York Times Book Review, 2000-11-07
  3. Preparing Literature Reviews: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches by M. Ling Pan, 2006
  4. Unknown Masterpieces: Writers Rediscover Literature's Hidden Classics (New York Review Books Classics)
  5. Cracking the AP English Literature Exam, 2006-2007 Edition (College Test Prep) by Princeton Review, 2006-02-07
  6. Conducting Research Literature Reviews: From Paper to the Internet by Arlene Fink, 1998-04-21
  7. The Literature Review: A Step-by-Step Guide for Students (Sage Study Skills Series) by Diana Ridley, 2008-03-19
  8. The Paris Review Interviews, II (Paris Review Interviews) by The Paris Review, 2007-10-30
  9. Truth and Lies in Literature: Essays and Reviews by Stephen Vizinczey, 1988-02-15
  10. Princeton Review: Cracking the GRE Literature, 2nd Edition (Cracking the Gre Literature) by Princeton Review, 1997-07-29
  11. Literature v. trivia.(Book Review): An article from: New Criterion by Tess Lewis, 2004-09-01
  12. Vagrancy, Homelessness, and English Renaissance Literature. (Reviews).: An article from: Renaissance Quarterly by Arthur F. Kinney, 2002-03-22
  13. The National Review Treasury of Classic Children's Literature
  14. Edgar Allan Poe : Essays and Reviews : Theory of Poetry / Reviews of British and Continental Authors / Reviews of American Authors and American Literature / Magazines and Criticism / The Literary & Social Scene / Articles and Marginalia (Library of America) by Edgar Allan Poe, 1984-08-15

21. Literature Reviews
change. Whole grain intake and cancer a review of the literature.DR Jacobs, Jr, J Slavin, L Marquart. Nutr Cancer 1995;242219. reviews.html
Summaries of 83 vegetarian articles, abstracted from 1995-1998 scientific literature, appear below. These originally appeared in the Vegetarian Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group newsletter "Issues in Vegetarian Dietetics". They include studies on: bone cancer cardiovascular diseases diabetes ... miscellaneous studies For more information about the newsletter, contact Carol Coughlin at
Last updated 7-22-98 BONE STUDIES Long-term vegetarian diet and bone mineral density in postmenopausal Taiwanese women. Chiu JF; Lan SJ; Yang CY; et al. Calcif Tissue Int 1997; 60: 245-9. Bone mineral density in Chinese elderly female vegetarians, vegans, lacto-vegetarians and omnivores. EM Lau, T Kwok, J Woo, et al. Eur J Clin Nutr Protein consumption and bone fractures in women. D Feskanich, WC Willett, MJ Stampfer, et al. Am J Epidemiol Milk, dietary calcium, and bone fractures in women: a 12-year prospective study. D Feskanich, WC Willett, MJ Stampfer, et al. Am J Publ Health 1997; 87:992-97 CANCER STUDIES Meat intake, heterocyclic amines, and risk of breast cancer: a case-control study in Uruguay.

22. SAGE Publications - Exception
Empirical research, literature reviews, theoretical papers and sciencebased practices regarding children aged 10 through 14.

23. Current Opinion In Infectious Diseases - Home
Helps clinicians and researchers keep up to date in a systematic way. Includes literature reviews, bulleted and annotated references. New issues every two months.
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  • 24. NCOFF Literature Reviews
    NCOFF. National Center on Fathers and Families. literature reviews. Sorenson, E., Turner, M. (1996). Barriers in Child Support Policy A Literature Review.
    National Center on Fathers and Families
    Literature Reviews
    The Literature Reviews, a series of commissioned papers by distinguished scholars, offer a broad overview of the issues involved in each of the Core Learnings and the current state of research in these areas. They suggest implications for and the direction of future research efforts. Fulltext PDF publications are now online!

    25. NCOFF Literature Reviews
    Organizing this literature review presented several challenges, attributable in partto the newness of the field and scarcity of research on fathers care, and
    National Center on Fathers and Families
    Fathers' Care: A Review of the Literature
    by James Earl Davis and William Eric Perkins
    Research on fathers' care examines the role of fathers in the physical and psychological maintenance of children and the relationships that develop between fathers and their children throughout the life-course. Over the past 20 years, the role of fathers in caring for children has received increased attention in the research literature. The confluence of several factorse.g., growth in the number of two-earner families, the women's movement, and the availability of affordable and quality childcarehave resulted in shifts in the expectations of fathers and questions about the nature of fatherhood and fathering, particularly the development of attachment and provision of nurturance (Benokraitis, 1985; Lamb, 1995). Much of the literature on fathers' caring continues to be shaped by developmental psychology, sociology, and family and gender studies. It explores father participation without much attention to the process(es) through which men come to participate in their children's lives and the nature of this participation (Barnett and Baruch 1987; Palkovitz, 1984). While mothers still provide more childcare than fathers (Blair and Lichter, 1991), fathers' participation in childcare activities has increased significantly within recent years (Coltrane, 1996; Douthitt, 1988; Glennon, 1995; Levine and Pitt, 1996; Pleck, 1987). However, because father involvement in childcare is not a traditional arrangement, families in which fathers are responsible for a substantial amount of childcare may be considered "nontraditional" or "alternative." These families are typically middle-class, well-educated, and White (Pruiett, 1987).

    26. Using The Literature: 3 X 4 Analogies
    a research report. From the feedback, it is clear that some read thepiece as though it was about literature reviews. It is not.
    Using the Literature:
    3 x 4 Analogies
    Alexander Massey
    The Qualitative Report , Volume 2, Number 4, December, 1996
    About the title
    The first draft of this piece was written as a message to the members of the discussion group 'Qualitative Research for the Human Sciences' , and was in response to a discussion that had arisen about where to put a literature review in a research report. From the feedback, it is clear that some read the piece as though it was about literature reviews. It is not. The title indicates that it is about using the literature, which is quite different. My first subtext is that one cannot sensibly say what a literature review is, what it is for, where to put it, or whether to have one at all, until one has thoroughly explored why, in research, we might even want to refer to what others have said and done. There is a second subtext which, I hope, is more visible, and that is about the issue of authority in research. What counts as authority? Where can it be found? Why do we need it? Do we need it? Here, then, is a collection of analogies to describe some of the ways I have seen literature being used in research. Inevitably, some of these overlap, but I see no particular virtue in the categories remaining mutually exclusive. Many aspects of research methodology intersect with each other, and this area is no different from any other in this respect.

    27. Student Learning Support Service: Writing A Literature Review
    Read literature reviews ask your supervisor to recommend good ones; Outline yourideas before you start - themes, questions, propositions, logical steps in an
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    Writing a Literature Review
    A Successful Literature Review
    The Reading Process

    The Writing Process

    Writing the Literature Review
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    A literature review helps the researcher by:
    • Placing your tentative research problem in the context of your field and related fields
      Gathering information about what is already known about the topic
      Identifying 'gaps' in the knowledge
      Helping to limit or refine your research
      Suggesting methods and design for research
      Suggesting ways of avoiding difficulties or deficiencies Helping to interpret results
    A successful literature review:
    • Presents an overview of relevant research Says why and how the study will contribute to existing knowledge Provides a commentary on the literature in your field States what you plan to do to expand existing knowledge Highlights the similarities and differences between your work and the work of others Locates the research problem within a theoretical framework and reviews the underlying theory
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    The Reading Process
    • Begin with the up-to-date, the well-known and general introductions to your topic (if they exist)

    28. Literature Reviews And Related Materials
    literature reviews and Related Materials produced by the NationalCenter for the Dissemination of Disability Research, NCDDR.
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    Literature Reviews and Related Materials
    Survey Reports
      1999 (April) / 63 pages / $15 (non-NIDRR grantees)
      [On-line]. Available:
      This review is intended to provide a knowledge base that addresses how disability research results can be more easily accessed and used by those who need them. This review is useful to those conducting research and planning dissemination efforts. Elements of effective dissemination and knowledge utilization are presented as well as ways in which dissemination strategies may be planned and evaluated. 1996 (July) / 45 pages / $9 (non-NIDRR grantees) [On-line]. Available:

    29. Russian Literature Reviews
    NICS National Institute of Clinical Studies Knowledge BankOne way we do this is by making the many literature reviews we commissionfreely available for download. NICS has engaged the services
    St. Petersburg
    Andrey Bely [Boris Bugayev] 1880-1934)(translated by John Cournos The creative word creates the world
    -Andrey Biely It was Vladimir Nabokov's opinion that this novel is "One of the four great masterpieces of twentieth-century prose," in company with The Metamorphosis Ulysses and Remembrance of Things Past . Andrey Bely (or Biely, I've found it spelled both ways) was the pen name of Boris Nikolayevich Bugayev. He was a leading figure of the Symbolist movement in pre-Revolutionary Russia and, in addition to Nabokov, influenced Boris Pasternak and Yevgeny Zamyatin, among others. St. Petersburg is certainly as innovative as the other works Nabokov ranks it with, using characters and even geography as allegorical symbols for ideas, and written in a nearly stream-of-consciousness prose. But to my very pleasant surprise, it is much more enjoyable than these other touchstones of Modernism. The action of the novel, and happily there is some action, occurs over the course of two days in 1905, when Russia, having lost the War with Japan, was wracked by strikes, conspiracy, violence and near revolution. Apollon Apollonovich Ableukhov is an elderly, but still devoted, Tsarist bureaucrat. His dilettantish son, Nikolai, who is dabbling in radical politics, has been given the task of murdering his own father; the chosen weapon, improbably enough, a bomb in a sardine tin. Just as the city of St. PetersburgPeter the Great's "window on the West"represents the point where the rational West meets the savage and mystical Orient, so this confrontation between father and son represents impending conflict between European reason and Asiatic barbarism, and the bomb itself represents the indiscriminately destructive forces about to be brought to bear on the decaying Tsarist state.

    30. The Literature Review
    The Literature Review. literature reviews report the main thesis of articlesor books. They draw out those points that are most important
    The Literature Review
    Literature Reviews report the main thesis of articles or books.
    They draw out those points that are most important (and useful) to the writer's interests.
    Literature Reviews summarize and evaluate research sources from a body of literature according to the purpose, or agenda, recognized in the thesis. They provide background for the discussion that follows, and a springboard for new ideas. The goal of writing them is to inform others about what certain articles or books say, and and to tell how valuable they are to the writer's purpose, or agenda.
    For instance, a chemist researching causes of human fetal death during pregnancy might choose to investigate various pathological phenomena associated with riboflavin deficiency in the mother. The researcher would search the literature, select articles relevant to his or her topic, group them together, and then compare, contrast, and finally synthesize them into a useful understanding. This understanding would provide a baseline knowledge on which an experiment could be formulated and carried out. In written form, the literature review provides a background to the report of the experiment.
    In another instance, a nurse needing to give an inservice about universal precautions to a group of brand new nursing students on their first clinical rounds would search the literature for articles and books on the topic. Then the nurse would select those that are most relevant to the point he or she wants to make in the inservice, group them together, compare, and contrast what they say, and finally synthesize them into a useful discussion. If the literature covers reasons why universal precautions are needed, the nurse can use the review as a springboard for a talk about how to implement them.

    31. Roger Clarke's 'Disciplined Lit. Reviews'
    Disciplined literature reviews. This document presents the information that I ve accumulatedfrom responses relating to DLR.htmldisciplined literature reviews.
    Disciplined Literature Reviews
    Roger Clarke Principal, Xamax Consultancy Pty Ltd , Canberra Visiting Fellow, Department of Computer Science Australian National University Version of 15 July 2000 This document is at
    I sent a Request for Information to the ISWorldNet List on 14 July 2000. This document summarises the information provided by that community. It is part of a cumulative archive of research information solicited via ISWorld , maintained by Ron Weber. I was actually seeking information in relation to the disciplined examination of published research, or systematic literature review; but I referred to it using the term 'meta-analysis'. The problem is that that term is already used for a specific statistical technique. This document presents the information that I've accumulated from responses relating to DLR.htmldisciplined literature reviews. A separate document contains the information about the statistical technique called meta-analysis
    By the term 'disciplined literature review', I mean:

    32. Literature Reviews. Contents. Sexually Transmitted Diseases Diagnostics Initiati
    literature reviews The purpose of this publication review is to provide healthcare providers in all economic settings, but especially those in resource

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    The purpose of this publication review is to provide health care providers in all economic settings, but especially those in resource-limited settings, with timely and concise information about new developments in STI diagnostics. This information is provided in the form of "annotated abstracts" on articles reporting original studies and reviews related to STI diagnostics. The articles to be reviewed will be selected from peer-reviewed journals. Each annotated abstract describes the objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of the article, and includes a brief commentary by an expert, who will discuss the article according to review criteria described in the publication review guidelines The views and opinions expressed in the annotated abstracts are those of the reviewers, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or stated policy of WHO.
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    33. Articles For Review.Literature Reviews.Issue 1.Sexually Transmitted Diseases Dia
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    1. Comparison of three commercially available peptide-based IgG and IgA assays to microimmunofluorescence assay for detection of C. trachomatis antibodies.
    Morre SA, Munk C, Persson K, Kruger-Kjaer S, van Dijk R, Meijer CJLM, van den Brule AJC.
    Journal of Clinical Microbiology
    summary expert review 2. Evaluation of INNO-LIA Syphilis assay as a confirmatory test for syphilis.
    Hagedorn H-J, Kraminer-Hagedorn A, De Bosschere K, Hulstaert F, Pottel H, Zrein M.
    Journal of Clinical Microbiology summary expert review 3. Evaluation of sequential testing strategies using non-amplified and amplified methods for detection of Chlamydia trachomatis in endocervical and urine specimens from women.
    Semeniuk H, Zentner A, Read R, Church D.
    Diag Microbiol Infect Dis summary expert review 4. Comparison of Digene Hybrid Capture 2 and conventional culture for detection of

    34. Technology Literature Reviews
    Technology literature reviews. Please note that all AAEM documents referencedwithin these position statements can be obtained through
    Technology Literature Reviews
    Please note that all AAEM documents referenced within these position statements can be obtained through the AAEM Executive Office. The AAEM's publication list can be found in the Publications section of this website. These documents are also available in PDF format for downloading. If you would like to download a copy of any of these position statements please click on the link below. Page View PDF Version Dynamic Electromyography in Gait and Motion Analysis PDF The Neurometer CPT PDF Please also visit the CMS (formerly HCFA) website at for their position statement entitled Electrodiagnostic Sensory Nerve Conduction Threshold (CAG#-00106N). To read the CMS Program Memorandum, please visit the CMS website at
    The Use of Surface EMG in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Nerve and Muscle Disorders
    PDF Literature review: Nervepace Digital Electroneurometer in the Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome ... PDF AVAILABLE IN PDF FORMAT ONLY: Review: Quantitative Sensory Testing Equipment and Reproducibility Studies A Literature Review of Quantitative Sensory Testing is available at

    35. Doug's Reading Corner
    A collection of children's literature reviews and other resources for children.
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    36. Children's Literature, Awards/Prizes
    Children's literature reviews and critiques a broad selection of children's books. Presents an annual list of 150 outstanding books, and a selection of author profiles, themed reviews and teaching aids. Links to various literary resources, other booklists and awards, and to the CLCD database.

    Childrens Literature Choices

    The Children's Literature Choice List is a national book awards list that recognizes 150 children's books of excellence chosen from among the 3000 children's books that the newsletter's reviewers receive each year. In addition to exceptional writing, creative story lines (for fiction) and factual accuracy (for nonfiction and historical fiction), the criteria for selection include age-appropriate subject matter, fresh themes, new approaches to known stories, and relevance to the lives of today's kids. The award was established in 1996. Other Awards and Prizes
    In addition to the hundreds of awards and prizes that are in the CLCD database, the following links provide additional information about a variety of Children's Book Awards.

    37. Literature Term Papers, Research Papers, Literature Reviews, Analysis And Book R
    Literature term papers, book reviews and book reports on every topic for collegeessays, college theses, writing custom term papers, thesis, theses.

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  • 38. Bibliography Committee's Book Reviews
    Baseball literature reviews. A collection of reviews of current and past bookson the American national game. Directory of Baseball literature reviews.
    The Bibliography Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research
    Baseball Literature Reviews
    A collection of reviews of current and past books
    on the American national game
    Directory of Reviews Members of the Bibliography Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research have written reviews of dozens of baseball book over the years. Their valuable insights and opinions on baseball literature make for interesting and informative reading. Please peruse the directory of titles below. All reviews originally appeared in the Bibliography Committee's Newsletter. Some links point to stand-alone reprints of these reviews, while others lead to the Newsletters in which the review originally appeared. In addition, we have recently added numerous reviews in .PDF format. Clicking on these links will allow you to download these reviews to your own computer. You may then view these reviews using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free here We hope you enjoy these reviews and find them useful in your baseball reading.

    39. Oil, Gas & Petrochem Equipment - Petroleum Equipment And Services Guide
    literature reviews. OG PE s three Worldwide literature reviews arehighly targeted methods to showcase and offer your free. sales

    40. Titletop
    Preparing literature reviews (Second Edition) M. Ling Pan Your students willlearn both the art and science of writing effective literature reviews.
    Preparing Literature Reviews (Second Edition)
    M. Ling Pan Shows students how to synthesize literature using both qualitative and quantitative approaches. All major steps are profusely illustrated with examples. Your students will learn both the art and science of writing effective literature reviews. New to this edition : Expanded coverage of meta-analysis as well as new chapters on creating a synthesis and citing sources. Also new : A total of seven model literature reviews (five qualitative and two quantitative) with discussion questions help students see how to apply the principles in this book. Available April 2004 Overview Table of Contents $32.50; ISBN 1-884585-56-6; © 2004; 224 pages Home

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