That's why you'll see some fairly complex explanations in this paper on the data analysis but no information on the literature review. Within the sample, 118 (0.73) of the coaches were male, while 44 (0.27) were female.
With regard to coaching level, 25 (0.15) were junior high coaches, 99 (0.61) high school, and 38 (0.24) at the college level.
Your critique must be objective, so support it with evidence rather than instinct or emotion.
As a tertiary student you are expected to read widely and develop analytical skills to assess what you read.
It could be from five sources at first year undergraduate level to more than fifty for a thesis. Keep a note of the publication title, date, authors’ names, page numbers and publishers. Each body paragraph should deal with a different theme that is relevant to your topic.
You will need to synthesise several of your reviewed readings into each paragraph, so that there is a clear connection between the various sources.
You will need to critically analyse each source for how they contribute to the themes you are researching.
A critique is a specific style of essay in which you identify, evaluate, and respond to an author's ideas, both positively and negatively. You are expected to engage with the article rather than just summarize it, by considering its content carefully, and from different angles.
What are you being asked to do in your literature review? Check your assignment question and your criteria sheet to know what to focus on. Select appropriate source material: Use a variety of academic or scholarly sources that are relevant, current and authoritative.
An extensive review of relevant material will include — books, journal articles, reports, government documents, conference proceedings and web resources.