Try and collect all the relevant literature sources (list of articles, books, government, company and international organization reports and bulletins, relevant websites) in your selected subject area. Start with the University of Greenwich databases.
Step 3: Organise and arrange the list of references that you have compiled.
Step 4: Decide on the overall direction and objective of your review. Map out your argument. You may use a mind-map, pyramid or any other diagram.
Step 5: First draft: Organise your ideas and information. Decide on your main points and start to put them together in a narrative.
Step 6: Writing the final draft: 1,400 words topic review. The structure of your final review should include:
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Explain what you are investigating, how and why?
This should be a systematic and logical review and investigation, which highlights different debates, current discussions and any inconsistencies in the literature.
This should bring together key issues that you have identified in the review.
Your work should have the following format: A full title of the chosen topic
All pages should be numbered. Your ID number should be included as a header on each page
A full list of references should be provided using the Harvard referencing system.
In your topic review please ensure that you provided an academic foundation to the chosen topic including theory, empirical evidence and references. If you use material from case studies or company websites remember that these need to be properly quoted and referenced just like all other materials.
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