Research involves a lot of decisions and you have already made a number that will be of major significance for your research. The specific topic has been decided and questions have been developed. In a systematic way, you identified a number of concepts that provide an opportunity for you to explore what you do not know about your topic. You then developed a conceptual framework to reveal the way in which chosen concepts are interrelated in the proposed research. The literature played a part in making these decisions — an initial reading of the literature helped clarify how your research might proceed.
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- Gathering and Evaluating Relevant Literature
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