Guia Para Realizar uma Revisão Sistemática de Literatura

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Muitos pesquisadores não são bem treinados na realização de uma revisão de literatura autônoma, um documento acadêmico que resume e sintetiza na sua totalidade o conhecimento anterior de um corpo de pesquisa. Numerosos guias que existem para pesquisa em sistemas de informação (SI) concentram-se somente em certas partes do processo; poucos abrangem todo o processo. Este artigo apresenta uma metodologia rigorosa e padronizada para a revisão sistemática de literatura (também chamada de revisão sistemática) para pesquisadores em SI. Este guia abrangente amplia a metodologia básica das ciências da saúde e outros campos com numerosas adaptações para atender às necessidades de campos metodologicamente diversos, como a pesquisa em SI, especialmente aqueles que envolvem, incluem e sintetizam estudos quantitativos e qualitativos. Além disso, este guia fornece muitos exemplos da pesquisa em SI e referências a guias com mais detalhes úteis para a realização de uma revisão de literatura rigorosa e valiosa. Embora seja adaptado à pesquisa em SI, é suficientemente amplo para ser aplicável e valioso para pesquisadores de qualquer campo das ciências sociais.

Tradução de: OKOLI, Chitu.

A guide to conducting a standalone systematic literature review. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, v. 37, n. 43, p. 879?910, nov. 2015. Disponível em: <http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/vol37/iss1/43/>.

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Traduzido por:David Wesley Amado Duarte, IFCE - campus Crato

Professor do IFCE - Crato. Coordenador do Curso de Bacharelado em Sistemas de Informação.

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Okoli, C., Duarte, T. por:David W. A., & Mattar, R. técnica e introdução:João. (2019). Guia Para Realizar uma Revisão Sistemática de Literatura. EaD Em Foco, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.18264/eadf.v9i1.748

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