A literature review is a purposeful kind of writing which should be:
Be aware of your audience.
Source: "Piled Higher and Deeper" by Jorge Cham www.phdcomics.com
Both types of literature reviews should include:
Literature review examples as part of a larger body of work.
Look at existing theses to see examples of literature reviews written as part of a larger work. You can find examples from JCU using the search box below or use the Trove search box to find Australian theses.
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