Una propuesta metodológica para la realización de búsquedas sistemáticas de bibliografía (A methodological proposal for the systematic literature review)

Carmen Medina-Lopez, Juan A. Marin-Garcia, Rafaela Alfalla-Luque

Abstract

El presente trabajo pretende ser una guía para la realización de búsquedas sistemáticas de bibliografía que sirvan para conocer en profundidad un determinado campo de estudio, desarrollar un marco teórico y establecer las hipótesis adecuadas sobre las que centrar la investigación. Con tal objetivo hemos buscado concretar las acciones a realizar en diferentes fases, que han quedado definidas en cinco etapas a seguir en este proceso: identificación del campo de estudio y del período a analizar, selección de las fuentes de información, realización de la búsqueda (qué, dónde y cómo),  gestión y depuración de los resultados de la búsqueda  y análisis de los resultados. Cada una de las ellas han sido descritas con detalle y ejemplificadas sobre la base de nuestra propia experiencia. Dada la importancia que la búsqueda sistemática de bibliografía tiene en la investigación, resultan de interés trabajos como el que presentamos, que ayudan a realizar esta actividad mejorando la eficiencia en tiempo e incrementando la calidad de los resultados obtenidos.

(This paper pretend to be a guide to the systematic literature review useful to know a particular field of study, develop a theoretical framework and establish the appropriate hypothesis on which to focus research. To this end we have sought to specify the actions to take in different phases, which have been defined in five steps to follow in this process: identifying the field of study and analysis period, selection of sources of information, conducting the search (what, where and how), management and treatment of search results and analysis of results. Each of them have been described in detail and exemplified on the basis of our experience. Due to the importance of the systematic review on research, papers like the presented here, help to perform this activity while improving efficiency and increasing the quality of the results)


Keywords

metodología; búsqueda bibliográfica; revisión sistemática de la literatura; investigación sobre docencia; dirección de producción y operaciones; methodology; systematic literature review; educational research; production and operations managemen

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