What is RRL in Research Paper?
RRL in a research paper usually refers to "Related Research Literature" or "Review of Related Literature". It is a section in a research paper that discusses the relevant studies, theories, and concepts that have been published in academic journals, books, or other sources that are related to the research topic.
The purpose of the RRL section is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the existing knowledge on the topic and to highlight the gaps in the literature that the current study aims to address. It also helps to establish the context of the research and to support the significance and relevance of the study.
The RRL section typically includes a summary and critique of the previous studies, identification of the similarities and differences between the previous studies and the current research, and a discussion of the theoretical frameworks or models that underlie the research. The sources cited in this section are used to build the theoretical foundation of the study, and they provide a basis for the formulation of the research questions or hypotheses.
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