A review article is a piece of writing that gives a complete and systematic summary of results available in a certain field while also allowing the reader to perceive the subject from a different viewpoint.
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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ARTICLE
MAIN STEPS FOR SUCCESSFULWRITING
A review article is a piece of writing that gives a complete and systematic summary of
results available in a certain field while also allowing the reader to perceive the subject
from a different viewpoint. A review article's writers conduct a critical study and
synthesize, assess, and classify relevant data, finally coming at new cumulative findings
based on current investigations by other academics. The purpose might be (a) theory
development, (b) theory assessment, (c) a review of the state of knowledge on a specific
issue, (d) issue identification, and (e) providing a historical account of the history of
theory and research on a certain issue. A review may be important in research and
everyday life for a variety of reasons, including policymaking. This article will assist you in
producing a meta-analysis-based systematic review article.
IMPORTANT STEPS IN SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
When planning and writing a systematic review, it's
helpful to follow the steps below.
The objective of a systematic review is the same as
it is for an original research study: the publication
must provide something new to the area.
The precise goal must be in line with the study
In most cases, the objectives are indicated in the last
paragraph of the introduction.
The goals then influence the methods used to find
sources, process them, and deliver the results.
In the studies closing section, it should be noted if
and to what degree the objectives have been met.
ii) Questionnaires for Research
The research question is contained and articulated
in the body of a review article, formulated as the
problem: the topic and emphasis of the study.
It's a spiral that creates logical links between the