Essay on Science: Taxonomy and Traditional Review

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Solutions to Exercises
Solution for Chapter 2 Exercise 2
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We have placed two reviews on related topics side by side and have briefly listed the differences between the two reviews (Turner & Muller, 2005, w137) (Pirzadeh, 2010, w154). Both our reviews exam ine aspects of human factors in successful project management. The first is a conventional or traditional review of project manager’s leadership style. The second is a systematic literature review on h uman factors in software development.
Conventional or traditional review
Systematic Review
No details of database sources used to identify studies
Four databases used and listed
No details of number of included studies
Clear accounting of studies included/excluded at each stage with reasons No details of m ethods used
Detailed description of all methods
No categorisation of studies by type
Taxonomies used to group studies
Narrative commentary of individual study features Data extraction used to identify shared study features
Individual studies loosely gro uped under subheadings Model or framework used for presentation of studies
No definitive conclusion

subjective identification of research gaps
Specific identification of research gaps linked to review findings etc etc...... etc......

Solutions to Exercises
Solution for Chapter 2 Exercise 2
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1
We have placed two reviews on related topics side by side and have briefly listed the differences between the two reviews (Turner & Muller, 2005, w137) (Pirzadeh, 2010, w154). Both our reviews exam ine aspects of human factors in successful project management. The first is a conventional or traditional review of project manager’s leadership style. The second is a systematic literature review on h uman factors in software development.
Conventional or traditional review
Systematic Review
No details of database sources used to identify studies
Four databases used and listed
No details of number of included studies
Clear accounting of studies included/excluded at each stage with reasons No details of m ethods used
Detailed description of all methods
No categorisation of studies by type
Taxonomies used to group studies
Narrative commentary of individual study features Data extraction used to identify shared study features
Individual studies loosely gro uped under subheadings Model or framework used for presentation of studies
No definitive conclusion

subjective identification of research gaps
Specific identification of research gaps linked to review findings etc etc...... etc......

Solutions to Exercises
Solution for Chapter 2 Exercise 2
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1
We have placed two reviews on related topics side by side and have briefly listed the differences between the two reviews (Turner & Muller, 2005, w137) (Pirzadeh, 2010, w154). Both our reviews exam ine aspects of human factors in successful project management. The first is a conventional or traditional review of project manager’s leadership style. The second is a systematic literature review on h uman factors in software development.
Conventional or traditional review
Systematic Review
No details of database sources used to identify studies
Four databases used and listed
No details of number of included studies
Clear accounting of studies included/excluded at each stage with reasons No details of m ethods used
Detailed description of all methods
No categorisation of studies by type
Taxonomies used to group studies
Narrative commentary of individual study features Data extraction used to identify shared study features
Individual studies loosely gro uped under subheadings Model or framework used for presentation of studies
No definitive conclusion

subjective identification of research gaps
Specific identification of research gaps linked to review findings etc etc...... etc......

Solutions to Exercises
Solution for Chapter 2 Exercise 2
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1
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