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									                                                  Chapter 2

                                              Literature review



2.1 Introduction

         At the beginning of the research, it is crucial that the researcher need to make a
clear understanding of overall structure of the knowledge in relation to the research topic.
In general, literature review also helps the researcher to identify the research question and
initially search for answers by analysing relevant literature with systematic approach
(Aveyard, 2010). Typically, literature review also verifies whether the topic was already
taken and conducted, and on the other hand it can disclose research gaps that the
researcher needs to fill with his selected research topic.




Aveyard, H. (2010). Doing a literature review in health and social care: A practical guide. New York: Open
University Press.




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