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Students entering a graduate program often encounter a new type of
assignment that differs from the papers they had to write in high school
or as college undergraduates: the literature review (also known as a
critical review essay). Put briefly, a literature review summarizes and
evaluates a body of writings about a specific topic. The need to conduct
such reviews is by no means limited to graduate students; scholarly
researchers generally carry out literature reviews throughout their
research careers. In a world where the Internet has broadened the range of
potentially relevant sources, however, doing a literature review can pose
challenges even to an experienced researcher.
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