Answered By: Jamie Emery
Last Updated: May 04, 2023     Views: 204

Librarian Rebecca Hyde has the answer in one of her research guides and you can view it here.

A literature review, which is sometimes called a systematic review, may be conducted in order to inform practice and/or policy, serve as a basic element in a thesis or dissertation or as part of a proposal to obtain funding. 


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