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About the theoretical review

Usually, 1-2 chapters of the text are given to a heretical review. The name of the theoretical chapter is also very easy to determine: it is, most often, "the theoretical theory of the problem ..." and then we write the name of the chosen topic.

It is clear to everyone that you will tear a lot of information from other coursework and diplomas, shamelessly scan textbooks and paste pieces of text from pages on the Internet. Do not think that this is your big secret - everyone knows about it: both students and teachers. But even such preparation of a theoretical review implies that you:

1) you will read what you insert in the text of the work. It should be at least on the topic! It is not necessary to give economic reports and definitions in advertising works.

2) you will logically build the information provided. That is, after reading (having scanned / accumulated from the Internet and all kinds of discs walking around the faculty), take some time to present, and it’s better to write down what you will insert into the text and why. Otherwise, your work looks like a variety of pieces, poorly connected with each other.

Try to go from the general to the particular. That is, for example, describing the connection between leadership style and the values ​​of a leader and corporate culture, it makes sense to present a theoretical review in this order. First, describe what corporate culture is, what its structure is, then mention why value orientations can be considered in the context of corporate culture (for this, first define them, then consider them as the basic component of organizational culture), then move on to the management style and analyze it in the same way.

3) will give links! We try to have at least a few on each page. Links are made in square brackets.

If we refer to one author, then we write the corresponding number from the list of references (for example, [22]).

If we refer to several authors, then we write these numbers through a semicolon (for example, [3; 22; 41]).

If we refer to several authors, and their names are listed in the list of literature in turn, then we write these numbers through a hyphen (for example, [21-22]).

If we give a quote, be sure to give the number of the corresponding page! In this case, in square brackets, we first write the source norm, put a comma, then write the page number in italics (for example, [22, 356-357]).

4) you will bring to the common format all the copied fragments.
Read again about the general rules for processing work on page 8-9. They must be observed! Font, indentation, spacing should be the same everywhere!



Between sections, chapters, and paragraphs of the text, it is imperative to give sentences-bundles (as well as between individual ideas within chapters and paragraphs). You cannot throw one idea and abruptly move to another, it is important to give some kind of proposal uniting them. Options:

“A report by those who see this manifestation about a partner in love with each other is incomparable without an analysis of the valuable experience of a friend’s life, in which chapter 1.3 of our robots will be dedicated.”

“In another aspect, I will require respect in the context of negotiating family conflicts and the reasons for their winnings, є step of satisfying student-friend by giving robots according to our gratitude and understanding”.

“Let’s go over to the analysis of the offensive factor, which means that we’ll recognize the peculiarities of adaptation students to new minds.”



In addition, such a sentence-link should be between the theoretical and empirical parts of the work. The following formulations are required:

“At our robot’s robot, the same was carried out and empowerment of the special features of the springs was made in order to remember the advertising and informative information of the spring. Organizatsiya, xid, the results of the agreement and the agreement were submitted at the chapter ... given to the graduation project. "

“Theoretical analysis of the literature on the issues we have of allowing permission to stay, so that the maybutton victim has a specific character in sight, so that there is no need to forget about it. At the empirical parts of our robots, there will be more specific characteristics, so as to enter the entrance of people to sects. "
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About the theoretical review

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