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The following are links to databases for criminal justice articles:
Literature Reviews - U of North Carolina
This handout will explain what literature reviews are and offer insights into the form and construction of literature reviews in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
Review of Literature - U of Wisconsin
Learn how to write a literature review.
Write a Literature Review - U of California Santa Cruz
Not to be confused with a book review, a literature review surveys scholarly articles, books and other sources (e.g. dissertations, conference proceedings) relevant to a particular issue, area of research, or theory, providing a description, summary, and critical evaluation of each work. The purpose is to offer an overview of significant literature published on a topic.
Quantitative vs Qualitative
Quantitative and Qualitative
What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative research? In a nutshell, quantitative research generates numerical data or information that can be converted into numbers. Qualitative Research on the other hand generates non-numerical data.
Quantitative and Qualitative Research
Discusses the differences between the two and includes a table for reference.
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