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  • Library Introduction

Purposes of a literature review

What is a literature search, finding the relationships.

  • Evaluation of an information source
  • Research Reading Process
  • Research Design
  • Interlibrary Loan
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  • Behavioral Sciences/Education
  • Citing Sources

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  • Gives the historical background of your research
  • Describes the current debates  issues and questions in the field
  • Situates the current context of your research and how it relates to the field
  • Discusses the relevant theories and concepts which underpin your methodology and research
  • Introduces the relevant terminology and provides definitions to clarify how those terms are used in your research
  • Shows how your research extends or challenges previous research in your filed
  • Addresses and identifies the gaps in knowledge that exist in your field
  • Provides evidence of the significance and usefulness of your research  

 A literature search is a systematic discovery of text to inform and propel further research for knowledge creation.

  • A literature search both answers and gives rise to questions
  • A literature search is a process that is iterative and ongoing - not an isolated action
  • A literature search must result in you becoming familiar with a body of knowledge.
  • know the terminology of your research topic
  • know foundational articles of your research topic
  • know the researchers of your research topic
  • know the important journals of research topic
  • know some of the unanswered questions of your research topic
  • A literature research looks at different types of information sources: books, articles, chapters, and thesis & dissertations
  • A literature search must be comprehensive : do not use just one search tool or database
  • A literature search must uncover the relationships between documents, knowledge, and people
  • The literature search becomes the basis for future searching
  • Searching only improves after you have read and reflected on what you have found previously.
  • Comprehensive searching requires that you adjust and modify your searching based on results
  • A one shot search is inadequate for comprehensive literature review

Taken from The Literature Review: A Step-by-Step Guide for Students by Diana Ridley 

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Intern Culture - A literature review of internship reports, guidelines and toolkits from 2009-2011

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TOOLKIT is a publication that has been commissioned by Arts Council England. It builds upon the findings of an earlier study on work placements in the arts and cultural sector, undertaken in 2006. To view the report, please go to http://www.lcace.org.uk/docs/downloads/lcaceworkplacementreport.pdf The toolkit provides information, templates and case studies which are designed to promote employability, accountability, high performance and fairness in work placement provision in the sector. The research team, Professor Mustafa Ozbilgin (University of East Anglia) and Dr Ahu Tatli (Queen Mary, University of London), in collaboration with a steering group, designed these toolkits. They are being made freely available to higher education institutions, students and arts and cultural industries organisations. The project was steered and facilitated by Evelyn Wilson, Senior Manager, LCACE.

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Mustafa Ozbilgin

TOOLKIT is a publication that has been commissioned by Arts Council England. It builds upon the findings of an earlier study on work placements in the arts and cultural sector, undertaken in 2006. To view the report, please go to http://www.lcace.org.uk/docs/downloads/lcaceworkplacementreport.pdf It provides information, templates and case studies which are designed to promote employability, accountability, high performance and fairness in work placement provision in the sector. The research team, Professor Mustafa Ozbilgin (University of East Anglia) and Dr Ahu Tatli (Queen Mary, University of London), in collaboration with a steering group, designed these toolkits. They are being made freely available to higher education institutions, students and arts and cultural industries organisations. The project was steered and facilitated by Evelyn Wilson, Senior Manager, LCACE.

The project reported here draws on a scoping study of London Based Higher Education Institutions’ (HEIs) Work Placement Practices within the Creative and Cultural Industries. The project was commissioned by the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Enterprise (LCACE), with the funding of the Arts Council England. The work was conducted in three phases which were designed to meet the objectives set out in the LCACE tender. Accordingly, the study involved a literature review; a field study which scoped the range of work placement practices utilised by the HEIs in London, case studies of various models and assessment of work placement practices; and analysis of the documentary and field study data. We have conducted interviews with 11 participants in 10 HEIs, 10 students, and five respondents in four host organisations. This report presents the findings of this field study in the context of the current developments in the field.

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While media work has long been characterized as being structurally dependent on internships, “work experience,” and other forms of free labour (Banks 2007; Hesmondhalgh and Baker 2010), the recent shift towards internships has served to normalize what has become known as the media industries “dirty little secret” (Silver 2005). This article contextualizes internship culture within the British cultural industries against a wider political and social frame. Internships and other modes of “apprenticeship” across the British economy reflect a continuation and transformation of national workfare policies, which seek to avert inflationary pressures by coercing people to work or risk losing their welfare benefits. Internship culture has been highly pronounced in the cultural industries and other attractive white-collar sectors such as law and finance (Perlin 2012). Yet, the provision of internships to young people in previously unimaginable contexts such as fast food, retail, and other low...

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