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Literature review of existing studies and surveys that aim at identifying the vulnerable

Kafwimbi Nyirongo

Literature review of existing studies and surveys that aim at identifying the vulnerable

by Kafwimbi Nyirongo

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Published by Social Recovery Project in Lusaka, Zambia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zambia,
  • Zambia.
    • Subjects:
    • Poor -- Zambia -- Identification.,
    • Social indicators -- Zambia.,
    • Economic indicators -- Zambia.,
    • Structural adjustment (Economic policy) -- Social aspects -- Zambia.,
    • Public welfare -- Zambia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementG. Nyirongo, M. Banda, and D. Mutunwa.
      SeriesSerial ;, no. 12, Serial (World Bank. Social Recovery Fund. Study Fund Committee) ;, no. 12.
      ContributionsBanda, M., Mutunwa, D.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV451.5 .N95 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination82 leaves ;
      Number of Pages82
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL341421M
      LC Control Number97981079

      A systematically conducted literature review exploring the vulnerability of deafblind people. The aim of this review was to synthesise existing knowledge about the relationship between deafblindness and statements appear in the literature identifying deafblind people not only as a vulnerable group but also as one of the ‘most Cited by: 5. If there is an actual difference between the "literature survey" and the "literature review," it's that the latter can serve as a paper in and of itself, and is much more extensive than a literature survey, which is typically a major part of the introduction of a research paper. The literature review as a standalone article could be compared to.

      Step 2: Build a Literature Review and Identify a Theoretical or Conceptual Framework Written and Compiled by Amanda J. Rockinson-Szapkiw & Anita Knight Introduction Foundations are important. There is a Biblical parable about two builders. One builder builds his house on a solid foundation. When storms come, the house remains Size: 46KB. Descriptive research can be explained as a statement of affairs as they are at present with the researcher having no control over variable. Moreover, “descriptive studies may be characterised as simply the attempt to determine, describe or identify what is, while analytical research attempts to establish why it is that way or how it came to be”.

      Methods and Findings. We conducted a three-part project: (1) a systematic review of the literature (including “Instructions to Authors” from the top five journals of 33 medical specialties and top 15 general and internal medicine journals) to identify guidance for reporting survey research; (2) a systematic review of evidence on the quality of reporting of surveys; and (3) a review of Cited by: The literature review focused on those studies that addressed human response to helicopter noise, mitigating helicopter noise, or managing helicopter noise, generally favoring peer-reviewed journal articles, government agency reports, and industry studies. The literature review for this project, as well as prior literature reviews such as those.


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Literature review of existing studies and surveys that aim at identifying the vulnerable by Kafwimbi Nyirongo Download PDF EPUB FB2

In addition, they state that a quality literature review needs to be replicable, that is, the method must be described such that an external reader could replicate the study and reach similar findings.

Lastly, they state that a literature review must be useful for scholars and practitioners. However, evaluating different types of literature reviews can be by: Literature review purpose. The purpose of a literature review is to gain an understanding of the existing research and debates relevant to a particular topic or area of study, and to present that knowledge in the form of a written report.

Conducting a literature review helps you build your knowledge in. A literature review may consist of simply a summary of key sources, but in the social sciences, a literature review usually has an organizational pattern and combines both summary and synthesis, often within specific conceptual categories.A summary is a recap of the important information of the source, but a synthesis is a re-organization, or a reshuffling, of that information in a way that Cited by: 3.

This article provides a literature review on how vulnerability has been used and defined in academic, peer-reviewed articles published in international social science journals between and The aim is to analyse and clarify critically the concept for social work research.

What is a Literature Review. The Literature refers to the collection of scholarly writings on a topic. This includes peer-reviewed articles, books, dissertations and conference papers. When reviewing the literature, be sure to include major works as well as studies that respond to major works.

You will want to focus on primary sources, though Author: Jennifer Cady. The literature review aims to identify, analyze, assess and interpret a body of knowledge related to a particular topic and is normally required as part of a dissertation or thesis.

In this case, it sets a context for a research study and provides a rationale for addressing a particular research question in the light of an existing body of literature. This literature review was designed to support and expand this activity, by providing a foundation for enquiry and analysis, identifying key concepts and definitions, and informing the development of the questions that the empirical study would seek to answer.

While there might be many reasons for conducting a literature review, following are four key outcomes of doing the review. Assessment of the current state of research on a topic. This is probably the most obvious value of the literature review. Once a researcher has determined an area to work with for a research project, a search of relevant Author: Maria Atilano.

THE LITERATURE REVIEW, CONDUCTING INTERVIEWS AND THE COLLECTION OF STATISTICAL INFORMATION 1. INTRODUCTION The aim of this chapter is to discuss the research methods chosen for this study and the reasons for choosing them.

These research methods include the literature review, interviews and the collection of statistical information. Size: 38KB. The aim of this review was to provide a synthesis of existing research evidence on causal and risk factors associated with the abuse and neglect of adults in residential care.

In all, 15 studies. They should also be aware of lacunae in the existing literature, which may need to be filled in over time through more widespread clinical experience and research.

With the above objectives in mind, the current review was designed to summarize the existing literature addressing mental health concerns related to the COVID pandemic. Methodology. How to write a systematic literature review: a guide for medical students A systematic literature review attempts ‘to identify, Depending on the nature or aim of the review, it may be appropriate to only consider certain types of study (such as case control, randomised controlled trial or cohort) and is File Size: KB.

literature Review and Focusing the Research 93 The Search Process No matter what the reason for the literature review or the paradigm within which the researcher is working, many aspects of the literature review process are the same. A general outline for conducting a literature review is provided in Box A.

A systematic review may involve searching two or more databases B. A systematic review may involve looking up every article cited in an included article to try to fully capture the entire published literature C.

A system for identifying eligible articles must be in place. A literature review is a "comprehensive study and interpretation of literature that addresses a specific topic" (Aveyard, ).

Literature reviews are generally conducted in one of two ways: 1) As a preliminary review before a larger study in order to critically evaluate the current literature and justify why further study and research is : Kelley Wadson.

SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Systematic reviews aim to address these problems by identifying, critically evaluating and integrating the findings of all relevant, high-quality individual studies addressing one or more research questions. A good systematic review might achieve most or all of the following (Baumeister & Leary, ; Bem, ; Cooper, ).

A literature review is a summary of studies related to a particular area of research. A literature review is used in the introduction and discussion of your manuscripts.

It is important to note that there are differences in how literature reviews should be presented in each section. Introduction and background. A literature review provides an important insight into a particular scholarly topic.

It compiles published research on a topic, surveys different sources of research, and critically examines these sources [].A literature review may be argumentative, integrative, historical, methodological, systematic, or theoretical, and these approaches may be adopted Cited by:   A literature review is a survey of scholarly sources (such as books, journal articles, and theses) on a particular topic.

It gives an overview of key findings, concepts and developments in relation to a research problem or question. A good literature review doesn’t just summarize sources — it aims. A literature review summarizes and synthesizes the existing scholarly research on a particular topic.

Literature reviews are a form of academic writing commonly used in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

However, unlike research papers, which establish new arguments and make original contributions, literature reviews organize and present existing research. A literature review is a search and evaluation of the available literature in your given subject or chosen topic area.

It documents the state of the art with respect to the subject or topic you are writing about. A literature review has four main objectives: It surveys the literature in your chosen area of study; It synthesises the information in that literature into a summary.A literature review is more than a list of bibliographic references.

A good literature review surveys and critiques the body of literature in your field of interest. It enables you to position your research in the broader academic community, synthesise existing ideas and arguments without adding your own, and identify any gaps in the literature.

A summary of the clinical literature. A systematic review is a critical assessment and evaluation of all research studies that address a particular clinical issue.

The researchers use an organized method of locating, assembling, and evaluating a body of literature on a particular topic using a set of specific criteria. A systematic review.