Conducting a Literature Review for Pathways Online Workshop (Corinne Bishop)
Systematic Literature Reviews
In: The SAGE Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research Edited by: Richard Thorpe & Robin Holt Published:2008
Systematic literature reviews (SLRs) are methods for making sense of large volumes of information. They are used to interpret this information in order to explain ‘what works’ and ‘what does not work’ when exploring specific research themes, social policy or practical issues (Petticrew and Roberts, 2006). SLRs are designed to identify existing gaps in a field of research and to make recommendations for closing…
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