Q: Can you provide a sample for my topic for a chronological literature review?

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Firstly, as you question was not very clear, we have edited it for clarity.

Now, a chronological literature review is a review of existing literature on a topic done by date, from the earliest to the present. It is typically undertaken to gauge how the research and understanding in a field have evolved over time, suggesting possible pathways of exploration for future research. Based on the overall time period for which you are reviewing the literature, you may need to divide the period of study into shorter durations, such as a decade, five years, and so on. For samples, as you haven’t specified the topic, you may look up various databases, such as Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and Hindawi, to identify reviews similar to the one you are planning. All the best for your review!

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