According to the Purdue OWL,
"A literature review is a document or section of a document that collects key sources on a topic and discusses those sources in conversation with each other (also called synthesis) . . . When we say “literature review” or refer to “the literature,” we are talking about the research (scholarship) in a given field. You will often see the terms “the research,” “the scholarship,” and “the literature” used mostly interchangeably.
Purdue Writing Lab. (n.d.). Writing a literature review . Purdue Online Writing Lab. Retrieved February 8, 2022, from https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/conducting_research/writing_a_literature_review.html
This article demonstrates how to edit your review so that it isn't just a list of studies, it actually flows together to help make your research and ideas shine. Check it out here: https://patthomson.net/2017/09/11/avoiding-the-laundry-list-literature-review/
MegaSearch [Searches multiple databases. ]
SocIndex [Yes, it is a Sociology database, but they have some Anthropology articles and use some ethnographic research methods in their work ]