Barriers of E-Voting in developing countries

Barriers of E-Voting in developing countries

A) Requirements on the literature review:
1. The literature review needs to based on between 5 and 10 papers (at minimum the review needs to be based on at least three new papers, that is papers not presented in the course site)
2. Number of words should be between 2 000 – 4 000 (OBS! Do not exceed 4 000 words)
3. You need to present the result using a thematic review organization of the literature (see page 102 in Creswell (2012)) also called concept centric review (see table 1 in Webster & Watson (2012)). You should NOT use an author-centric review organization
4. You need to discuss how to transform your literature review to become a research contribution
5. You need to use end-of-text-references as well as within-text references (see page 98-99 in Creswell (2012)
6. For each section in the literature review there are requirements as well
Abstract – An abstract is a short summary of the literature review. It should include at least the research problem, the research question and result/findings
Background – This part introduces the topic to the reader

Problem discussion – This part provides the context to the problem statement, including justifying the problem by presenting researchers stating that the problem exists and is of importance
Problem statement – This part presents the problem statement. The problem should be expressed in ONE sentence and start with: The problem addressed in this literature review is
Research question – This part presents the research question. The research question should be expressed in ONE sentence and start with: The research question answered in this literature review is . The research question also needs to be expressed as a question.
Research method – This part describes the method for carrying out the literature review. Tip: Use Creswell’s five-steps method as the base for describing how the literature review has been carried out, and present how each step has been carried out.
Result – In this part, you need to present the result using a thematic review organization of the literature (see page 102 in Creswell (2012)) also called concept centric review (see table 1 in Webster & Watson (2012)). That is, you should NOT use an author-centric review organization
How to transform your literature review to a real scientific contribution – In this part, you need to describe what you need to do in order for this literature review to be transformed to a real research contribution
Conclusion:
Research question revisited In this part, you need to repeat the research question and answer it based on your literature review
Discuss the findings – Discuss the most interesting results/findings, for example, by discussing possible research gaps identified in the literature review, contradictions in the literature, or surprising findings
Future research – This part should present some possible future research projects based on the literature review and discuss their possible contribution to research.

The step-by-step method for carrying out a literature review
Suggested steps to follow for carrying out a literature review:
1. Read Creswell (2012) and Webster & Watson (2002). Start with Creswell (2012) since it is easier to read than Webster & Watson (2002). Creswell presents a five-step method for conducting a literature review that I recommend you to follow. Note that Creswell (2012) is a book for Educational research and not IS research, while Webster & Watson (2002) is focused on IS research.
2. Identify a topic within e-government or e-democracy (this topic can be identified by for example browsing papers in Google Scholar. Specify the first version of your research problem and research question
4. Identify key terms to use in your search for literature [Creswell Step 1]
5. Locate and search for literature using the key terms. Use Google Scholar or other sources (see How to find sources?) [Creswell Step 2]
6. Critically evaluate and select the literature for your review [Creswell Step 3]
7. Organize the literature you have selected [Creswell Step 4]. Tip! Make use of a literature map (Figure 3.7 in Creswell (2012)) or a concept matrix (Table 2 in Webster & Watson (2002))
8. Specify the second version of your research problem and research question
9. Write the literature review [Creswell Step 5]. Use the template below (the template include some tips as well).

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