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Literature Reviwing - 2nd edn Sage Publications. Due for release in December 2017. This new edition fully revises the first. It includes a chapter on evidence based approaches and challenges the distinction between systematic and traditional.

Goal: The aim of producing a 2nd edn is to fully up date the content, especially the examples, while keeping true to the original in that this is a text that encourages engagement with the process of searching, thinking about which sources are the most relevant, and then reading them with a purpose. It is the opposite to the raft of procedural texts claiming you can do a review in so many easy steps.
The core argument in the text is that so-call systematic review relies on, and has the prerequisite, of, the so-called traditional review. I have re-named each of these as the 'interventionist' and 'scholastic' and re-specified their relative features.
I will be developing a web site for the book to provide extra examples and links to useful stuff.
I will also be giving some interactive, hands on workshops in London, probably at the SRHE, and at the University of Chester beginning in the Spring of 2018.

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The aim of producing a 2nd edn is to fully up date the content, especially the examples, while keeping true to the original in that this is a text that encourages engagement with the process of searching, thinking about which sources are the most relevant, and then reading them with a purpose. It is the opposite to the raft of procedural texts claiming you can do a review in so many easy steps.
The core argument in the text is that so-call systematic review relies on, and has the prerequisite, of, the so-called traditional review. I have re-named each of these as the 'interventionist' and 'scholastic' and re-specified their relative features.
I will be developing a web site for the book to provide extra examples and links to useful stuff.
I will also be giving some interactive, hands on workshops in London, probably at the SRHE, and at the University of Chester beginning in the Spring of 2018.