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Literature review template for PhD

This is an adaptation to the template done by The PhD Proofreaders (in Twitter
)

Yo can find
to the original template. Also, you can find a guide to complete it

1. Research Aims and Objectives

Goal and Objective
0
Variable
Answer
1
Aim
2
Scope
3
Research Question
4
Dominan Theory
5
Ontology
6
Epistemology
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2. What theory/theories are you using?

3 Why this theory?

Explain why the theory
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Theory
Why this theory
Why not others
What are the implications of this theory
How does it fill gaps?
Which is its Novelty?
1
2
3
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4 Theoretical schools

Describe the schools that are part of this theory
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Theory
Which are the schools
Which is my position among schools
Which are the implications for my position
1
2
3
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5. What are the key concepts?

Describe the key concepts
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Concept
Definition
Explanation
Justification
Implications
1
2
3
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6. Relationship between concepts and aims/objectives & existing literature

Explain the relationships
0
Theory
Relationship with existing literature
Relation to aim/objectives
How is it appropiate to research questions
1
2
3
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7. How are you using the theory & concepts?

Describe your objective for the theory
0
Theory
Which is my epistemological position
Which is my ontological position
1
2
3
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Describe your objective for the concept
0
Concept
Indicator
How will I measure it?
How will I recognize it?
1
2
3
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8 Are you the first?

Make an analysis of the theory's development
0
Theory
Who has used this theory in this context?
How do I differ?
How am I similar?
1
2
3
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9. Drawbacks

Which are the drawbacks of using the theory?
0
Theory
Drawback
Description
Column 4
1
2
3
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