A literature review is NOT a summary of your readings, but rather an evaluation that allows you to explain how it applies to your research questions or supports your thesis statement. Steps in the literature review process include:
As you review the literature, ask yourself questions such as:
General & Business-Specific Databases
EBSCO databases marked with an asterisk (*) can be searched at the same time. Open Academic Search Premier and locate the link found right above the search box. Place checks next to the databases starred here and click OK.
When Reading Each of Your Sources:
Keep in mind you should include sources that challenge and/or contradict your research question. Doing so will allow you to explain why your approach is still justified.
When Summarizing Consider:
When Evaluating Consider: