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Literature Review for Introduction vs. Discussion

A literature review presents a summary of studies related to a particular area of research. It identifies and summarizes all the relevant research conducted on a particular topic. Literature reviews are used in the introduction and discussion sections of your manuscripts. However, there are differences in how you can present literature reviews in each section. This smartshort describes how to effectively use literature reviews in these sections. You can also read a detailed article on this topic here.


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