Hello. I have my VIVA next week and just discovered a missing research report that I had overlooked in my literature review. Feeling panicked! Any help anyone please? It is not one I can access electronically and does not appear on database search so won't get hold of it before VIVA!!! It's a 2000 paper so can't even say its new. Any help please? Has this happened to anyone? Thank you
First of all don't panic! It's not big deal.
I started my lit review by describing how I selected the studies (systematic review). Among the criteria was year of publication (example from 2002 to 2012, last decade), then databases I searched in (targeted specific journals or databases like Sciencedirect) and categories (three categories: penguins, ice cream, publication).
If you are really worried, you can put down a page with your criteria just in case.
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