RES 861 Module 6 Comparing Literature Reviews 1
RES 861 Module 6 Comparing Literature Reviews
The literature review in a dissertation serves to illuminate the research gap and thereby justify the necessity of the study and the proposed study methodology. Though this purpose remains consistent across all methodologies, the structure of the literature review section of a qualitative dissertation often differs slightly from that of a quantitative dissertation. For example, literature reviews in quantitative dissertations are dominantly constructed around the variables while those in qualitative dissertations can be constructed in many ways. In this assignment, you will contrast the structures of a qualitative and a quantitative literature review and consider a rationale for those differences.
Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:
- EdD learners ONLY: Review the Watkins (qualitative) dissertation.
- DBA learners ONLY: Review the Gorveunder (qualitative) dissertation.
- EdD and DBA: Review the Mulligan (quantitative) dissertation.
|Institution & Term/Date|
|Term/Date||Grand Canyon University|