Revisiones de la literatura en tesis doctorales: visión general y procedimientos

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Presentación general sobre revisiones de la literatura en tesis doctoral. Visión de las revisiones de la literatura como análisis de investigaciones (no de referencias). Explicación de los principales procedimientos y de las fases principales. Modelos y ejemplos. Uso de matrices y de síntesis narrativas para sintetizar información. Publicación y difusión.

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Revisiones de la literatura, síntesis del conocimiento, revisiones sistemáticas, PRISMA, Framework SALSA, recursos para revisiones de la literatura, tesis doctorales


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