A Systems Approach to Conduct an Effective Literature Review in Support of Information Systems Research

@article{Levy2006ASA,
  title={A Systems Approach to Conduct an Effective Literature Review in Support of Information Systems Research},
  author={Yair Levy and Timothy J. Ellis},
  journal={Informing Sci. Int. J. an Emerg. Transdiscipl.},
  year={2006},
  volume={9},
  pages={181-212}
}
  • Y. Levy, T. Ellis
  • Published 2006
  • Business
  • Informing Sci. Int. J. an Emerg. Transdiscipl.
This paper introduces a framework for conducting and writing an effective literature review. [] Key Method The proposed framework follows the systematic data processing approach comprised of three major stages: 1) inputs (literature gathering and screening), 2) processing (following Bloom’s Taxonomy), and 3) outputs (writing the literature review). This paper provides the rationale for developing a solid literature review including detailed instructions on how to conduct each stage of the process proposed…
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