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STYLE OF A RESEARCH REVIEW:

The  review must be brief but complete in itself. Systematic review should be considered. The review should use statements of opinions, sparingly, if at  all, and should be explicit about  the  sources of  the opinion. A  description of  the point  of view of knowledgeable or influential person may  be useful in establishing the need  to  investigate the problem.  

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