Review article: The art of making mutual benefit through saving time

Sholeh Arastoopoor

Abstract


Review articles are considered to act as a solution for the information overload problem, especially in different scientific fields. The purpose of a good review is to supply reasoned and developed arguments, which is an indispensable ingredient in scientific literature. Thus the result should be a rich, condensed, timely, yet exhaustive source which provides all the necessary information and costs less Time. This paper aims at clarifying the added values of a good review article, its typology, and the qualifications it should have. On the other had the paper articulates some simple steps on should take to develop a plausible review. 


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