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The purpose is also to create a baseline or basis for the study that the researcher will conduct. Another purpose of the literature review is to justify the proposal and show any gaps that happen to be in the literature. A final reason for the literature review is to show how a certain topic has been approached by other academic scholars (Jones 2003).
With these thoughts in mind, a better look at the literature reviews by Burton (2000) is in order. Burtons purpose for the study was to identify the experiences of stroke patients form their perspective. Within the review, Burton identified information from studies that showed specific ideas that was presented by others. The general issues that showed several perceptions that patients had. There were no clear distinctions of how there were gaps in the literature. AT the beginning of the review, Burton suggested that stroke recover received only limited description; (Burton 200:302) in nursing studies. There was more information found about the experience of the disease rather than the experience of the perception that the patients had. However, the literature reviews she found did have information about what she found. Burton did not indicate whether the studies that were found were form nursing or form medicine in general.
Jones (2007) states that a successful literature review not only states what other scholars have said but also offers an assessment of the quality and scope of existing studies … (p. 45). Burton did not give an assessment of the quality of the studies but only told what other researchers stated on the topic. Burton used the literature review to show the literature may support her study.
Burton chose a phenomenology framework to gain a meaning of life with stroke. The study used grounded theory to gain an understanding form interview transcripts.
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