Revisões sistemáticas de literatura em smart cities: lacunas e lições aprendidas

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Revisão Sistemática de Literatura, Smart Cities, Cidades Inteligentes

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Revisões sistemáticas de literatura indicam lacunas que necessitam ser analisadas em pesquisas futuras para contribuição ao campo de Smart Cities. Este artigo objetiva averiguar a amplitude e qualidade das RSL que estão sendo realizadas ao tema de Smart Cities. Portanto, uma Revisão Sistemática de Literatura foi conduzida, analisando 22 artigos, conforme etapas propostas por Brereton et al. (2007). Os resultados apontam que algumas etapas não foram atendidas pelos pesquisadores. As lições aprendidas foram: revisar a pergunta da pesquisa durante o protocolo pode aumentar a compreensão do problema que conduz à necessidade do estudo; validar o protocolo permitirá encontrar erros nos procedimentos de coleta de dados e legitimar os critérios de seleção dos artigos; realizar a validação do relatório final, permitirá detectar e corrigir erros e as estratégias que foram usadas no campo para garantir a autenticidade do estudo. Estas lições permitirão aos pesquisadores maior rigor na execução de futuras RSL.  Este artigo contribui com o campo de Cidades Inteligentes ao demonstrar a importância que etapas relevantes de uma RSL podem trazer maior legitimidade, rigor e qualidade nos estudos realizados.

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2023-11-17

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Bertol, K. E., & Luciano, E. M. (2023). Revisões sistemáticas de literatura em smart cities: lacunas e lições aprendidas. Revista De Gestão E Secretariado, 14(11), 20062–20081. https://doi.org/10.7769/gesec.v14i11.3169