Like writing a research paper, you need to have a topic in mind when writing a literature review. If you haven't select a topic yet for your literature view or you feel that your topic is too broad, this advice may be useful for you!
The key to successfully picking a topic is to select one that is not too broad (and impossible to do) but also not too narrow (and not finding any research about it). This page offers you several option to brainstorm and develop a research/lit. review topic and keywords that then you can use to search our many databases. Feel free to explore these different options and to contact me any time if you need more help!
Below are some useful links and handouts that help you develop your topic. Check the handouts in this page. They are useful to help you develop keywords/search terms or to learn the best way to search databases to find articles and books for your research.
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