Welcome to the Research Guide for Communication. The Communication collection is located in Edward L. Doheny Jr. Memorial Library. The Communication collection supports the curricular and research needs of the Annenberg School for Communication through the doctoral level in humanistic, behavioral, and linguistic approaches to communication. Subjects include communication policy, management, new technology, and the media with the following areas of specialization:.
Literature Review Guide: Examples of Literature Reviews
The Literature Review | A Complete Step-by-Step Guide
The duration of convalescence has been controversial and poorly studied. Previous recommendations have been based on retrospective, observational studies and largely on tradition. In the United States alone, approximately inguinal, 25 femoral, and umbilical herniorrhaphies are performed each year. This new focus comes as a result of technological innovations and an increasing awareness of socioeconomic factors. The development of mesh repairs and the introduction of laparoscopic techniques have affected recurrence rates and made the return to usual activities faster. Our review of the clinical and biomechanical literature is summarized here and accompanied by practical evidence-based recommendations that can be tailored to the specific needs of individual patients. Influence of surgeon and physician recommendations on timing of return to work In a seminal publication on the suture repair of inguinal hernia, Bassini recommended 6 weeks of bed rest followed by an extended period of convalescence.
How to conduct a review
To achieve this, your literature review needs a well-thought-out structure. Deciding on the structure of your literature review should come towards the end of the literature review process — after you have collected and digested the literature, but before you start writing the chapter. In other words, you need to first develop a rich understanding of the literature before you even attempt to map out a structure.
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