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Date of this Version

Winter 12-20-2019


In the present study summarizes some crucial information on how to write inferences from literature review. The ability to make inferences helps readers develop an understanding of the author's perspective by grasping the subtle underlying meanings in a text. Without inference, readers usually end up translating a text word by word, missing out on the associations an author is trying to make. In the present study summarized that year-wise growth of literature, size of publications, Pattern of authorship, nativity of authors and categorization of review.



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