Literature Search

Literature Search
Critically evaluate and synthesize previous EMPIRICAL work related to your research question/hypothesis. The key of the literature review is to make a significant and clear connection between the existing literature and your project so that it should ultimately justify your study by revealing gaps in the knowledge base and need for additional research. 

Select a social work topic of interest to you (e.g., the relationship between alcohol use and suicide). Based on your topic, create a research question (e.g., what is the relationship between alcohol use and suicide in adult males?). See list of sample research questions below.
Identify the independent (e.g., alcohol use) and dependent variables (e.g., suicide completion).
Locate four (4) quantitative research studies (articles) from scholarly journals relevant to your research question using any of the databases stated above. These studies cannot be literature reviews or meta-analyses.
Describe your topic and the database(s) you used to locate the study (article). Write a short paragraph (a couple of sentences) about each article describing the findings (relevant to your research question), the independent and dependent variables in each study, and the sample size.
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