When you start your literature review, remember:
- Go from general to specific
- State early in your review why the topic is important
- If a work is a landmark study, identify it as such
- If a work has been replicated, mention the results
- The first page of your review should cover works that you have located that are particularly relevant/important
- The second page of your review should be about your work -- what sets it apart from previous work? why is your work important?