Systematic Literature Review
By John Dudovskiy
Systematic literature review can be defined as “a review with a clear stated purpose, a question, a defined search approach, stating inclusion and exclusion criteria, producing a qualitative appraisal of articles” (Jesson et al., 2011, p.12).
Jesson, J., Matheson, L. & Lacey, F.M. (2011) “Doing Your Literature Review: Traditional and Systematic Techniques” SAGE Publications
Category: Literature Review