Procedimentos metodológicos para a seleção de material para a Revisão Estruturada da Literatura

George Bedinelli Rossi, Julio Carneiro da Cunha, André Torres Urdan


Este artigo propõe apresentar procedimentos metodológicos para a seleção de material para a realização de Revisão Estruturada de Literatura (SLR). A seleção do material deve ser antes justificada pela apresentação de uma visão geral da SLR, apresentando a importância do porque fazer uma boa revisão da literatura e, em seguida, porque fazer a SLR. Em continuidade, a consideração de se estabelecer o protocolo da SLR seguida pela exposição dos critérios para as seleções de periódicos e artigos. Expõe-se que o uso de Citações por Ano (CPY) é um critério mais adequado e rigoroso que os índices ‘h’ e ‘g’ dentre outros.


Revisão Estruturada da Literatura; Critério de seleção; Citações por Ano (CPY)


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