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Conducting a Literature Review (PGBS): Home

Resources in this guide are intended to assist Graziadio Business School students in constructing a review of the literature.

About This Guide

In this guide you will find many resources to help you through the process of conducting a literature review as a Graziadio Business School student. Use the tabs above to help you plan, guide your search strategy, and navigate the existing research as you prepare to write your literature review.

If you need help, or just want to ask a question, please contact us!

Common Elements of a Literature Review

While there are differences in literature reviews depending on the discipline, most literature reviews:

  • summarize, analyze and organize sources tied to an overarching theme
  • use a set of defined criteria for selecting the sources to review
  • provide an explanation for differing conclusions between sources on similar questions

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