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Review of Related Literature

The review of related literature is the main step in the process of research. In simple words, query-type information, written or verbal, printed or hand written, contained in books or journals, in paintings or sculptures, on rocks or leaves, in folklores, in idioms or proverbs, which in some way or the other is connected with the problem or research is called related literatures. The study of related literature implies locating, reading and evaluating reports of research, as well as reports of casual observations and opinions that are related to the individual’s planned research project. In research methodology, the term ‘literature’ refers to the knowledge of a particular area of investigation of any discipline, ...

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