Literature Review using NVivo, by Ariesto Hadi Sutopo, 2021, ....
This book discusses how to use the NVivo 12 to conduct a literature review.
First Edition 2021
Size: 18,5 x 23 cm
Pages: 120 pages
NVivo helps you discover more from qualitative and mix-method data. Uncover richer insights and produce articulated and defensible findings backed by solid evidence. Not just a tool to organize and manage data, NVivo can help in conducting literature reviews.
Who Needs this Book?
One of the biggest mistakes that some people make is to confuse Nvivo’s role in the qualitative data analysis process. Nvivo is an application tool to help with data management and processing data, not analytical methods. Nvivo is great for organizing data and helping you understand it during the analysis process. But, more than just a tool for organizing and managing data, NVivo offers an intuitive qualitative data analysis experience and helps you conduct literature reviews.
By mastering this book, it is hoped that you will be able to do a literature review. NVivo is very useful, especially if you have large data sets with various formats, such as audio, video, and data from social media.
What are the contents of this book?
This book discusses how to use the NVivo 12 to conduct a literature review. Examples of training using data owned by the author. You can follow it right away using available data from your library sources, so you can learn quickly while using the actual data.
Book Writing Systematics
The discussion in the book consists of seven chapters in a systematic order to make it easier for you to learn:
Chapter 1 Literature Review. This chapter introduces the literature review, types, benefits, and methods of literature review.
Chapter 2 Features of NVivo. This chapter covers the NVivo Workspace, Tools, Navigation View, Detail View, and more.
Chapter 3 Import of Literature. This chapter discusses how to import literature from Mendeley for both attached and non-attached literature.
Chapter 4 Classification. This chapter discusses how to classify sources derived from Mendeley and their attributes.
Chapter 5 Coding. This chapter explains the coding of document data from reference sources in books, journals, and others that have digital attachments.
Chapter 6 Memo. This chapter describes how to save reference text that comes from sources that do not have digital attachments. These sources include books, magazines, photos (images), YouTube videos, WhatsApp, web pages, and others.
Chapter 7 Queries. This chapter describes how to perform a query. NVivo can complete various types of queries that can be used to find data, patterns, and ideas.
Literature Review using NVivo
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