what to include in a dissertation literature review?

Hi all, im writing my dissertation about the design risks of UAVs (what about their design is a risk).  im a UK undergrad.

 

I know what im writing about in my findings and analysis section but im a little confused about my literature review. 

 

Should the literature review cover the sources that I am using in my dissertation (ie introducing the sources I have used, talking about why I have used them and talking about their methodology) 

OR 

Should the literature review address the arguments I have found relating to the general topic of UAV risk as a whole (ie - 'A' says that drones are a high risk whereas 'b' says otherwise) - these sources wont necessarily be used in the rest of my dissertation. 

and also, do the sources in my Lit Review have to be mentioned later in my dissertation

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  • Tavy
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Why don't you ask your Lecturer?

    UK

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Yes.           

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