Welcome to the most boring part of your dissertation – the literature review. While it is not particularly fun to read about all of the research that others have done related to your topic, it is essential, and you must do it well. This is the chapter that will provide summaries of all of the research that relates to your question. It would be nice if you could just read the abstracts and the discussion chapters, but, unfortunately, there are just no shortcuts.
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