Before reviewing the answers, please complete the activity on your own first. To complete the activity, click on the main tab for Literature Reviews, instead of the drop down.
In the second article, "A Pilot Study", does the article begin with a literature review or with an introduction?
Unlike the "Reading in Graduate School" article, note that this second article skips a context-driven introduction and launches directly into the literature review, which is several paragraphs, so quite a bit longer than the first article's literature review.
For this article, "Research on this topic can be characterized by: design flaws. Notice, too, that a definition for uncomplicated grief is pulled from the literature. You will not need a definition for anything in the DSM, but other terms critical to your topic might demand an explanation from past studies. How many other ways does this article characterize past literature on this topic?