The “literature” represents an on-going scholarly conversation. A literature review “re-views” – looks again – at what others have said, done, found in a particular area.
A literature review asks: What do we know - or not know - about this particular issue/ topic/ subject?
How well you answer this question depends upon:
It doesn't matter how many articles you need to find, it's that you are picking QUALITY articles that can help you understand the context of the issue.
Based on information found from the Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries page on Literature Reviews.
Important journals for OT