Listening and Learning styles: Critical Review of Literature
The present study has attempted to review the contemporary literature on listening and learning style in order to understand the several related concepts and frame work. There were many studies related to the different issues concerning to listening and learning styles appeared in the literature later on 1976. Literature published in related concepts and issues were scanned and selected for research work. Moreover, several research studies were reported issues on listening and learning style of the students from various disciplines (polytechnics, undergraduate, Post graduate, etc.) across the globe; similarly, variety of concepts explored and developed on listening and learning style in the literature. Further, this paper focused on the methods, analysis, hypotheses applied/test for the research study, various inventory used, listening behavior
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