social researchUpdate Systematic reviewing

@inproceedings{Victor2008socialRS,
  title={social researchUpdate Systematic reviewing},
  author={L. Victor},
  year={2008}
}
Systematic reviewing has been developed as a specific method of identifying and synthesising research evidence. It is distinguished from a traditional literature review by a particular emphasis upon the following features. As far as possible, it should be comprehensive in its coverage of the literature; pay careful attention to the quality of included evidence; take a clear, systematic approach to the synthesis of the data; and generally follow transparent and rigorous processes. These features… CONTINUE READING

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