Drexel Libraries' iDEA Repository provides archiving of, and digital access to, the scholarly work of Drexel University faculty and students. The repository contains theses, dissertations, and Masters Project papers (such as the CBMPs) completed as requirements for doctoral and graduate degrees, making them available to the international research community.
To submit your paper to the iDEA Repository, please use the information and links found here: https://www.library.drexel.edu/services/thesis-and-dissertation/masters-and-doctoral-project-submission/.
Example (APA 6th edition, generated by EndNote):
Nietert, P. J., Sutherland, S. E., Bachman, D. L., Keil, J. E., Gazes, P., & Boyle, E. (2010). Charleston Heart Study, 1960-2000. Retrieved from: http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR04050.v3
" A literature review is a descriptive and/or analytic summary of the existing material relating to some topic orarea of study. The term also refers to the process of producing such a review. " From: Methods Map: Literature review: SAGE Research Methods