Mine are to an extent one in the same... the literature suggests I need to use a particular framework (they have used it and I'm building on their work), but having accepted that particular framework, there's another body of literature I have to cover. I'm over two fields, so have to lit reviews, and effectively it is:
Lit Review, Framework, 2nd Lit review.
I've actually come across a few people that don't have a stand alone lit review, but have lit reviews at the beginning of each chapter. So I think it depends on the nature of the thesis. but generally, yup, Lit Review first, then Methodology
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