… Clear explanation of the methods used in data collection
-what database was used?
-how were the articles located?
-what limitations were put on articles so that they met the criteria of the paper?
-what descriptors were used to limit the search?
-what criteria were used in deciding which studies to include?
Clear explanation of how the data were analyzed
Summary of Chapter III
CHAPTER IV – FINDINGS AND RESULTS
Introduction to Chapter IV
Presentation, Evaluation, and Analysis of Findings
Presentation of findings supported by citations from relevant literature
-what do the results of the studies show?
-what implications do these results …
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