Set A: Literature Theme Analysis
- Theme Frequency Table and Piechart
- Contextual Categories and Theme Correlation
- Contextual Categories to PBH for TOP Themes
- The Problems and Benefits Hierarchy (v1.0)
A note on Theme Analysis
“Theme Analysis” is used throughout the data analysis process. The data here is included to show levels of analysis according to detail or criteria for the literature.
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Table 1: Labels used to categorise the literature review findings, showing papers where a theme is present.
This is the top level analysis of themes appearing in the literature, according to frequency. This means that the theme was used either significantly or as part of a context for research, findings, discussion or conclusions and recommendations of the paper or text.
Fig1 : Showing Literature Theme frequency piechart
Table 2: Contextual categories for most frequent themes found in the literature, showing context type, and theme association.
Table 3: Contextual categories for most frequent themes found in the literature, showing correlation to the Problems and Benefits Hierarchy
Table 4. The first iteration of the Problems and Benefits Hierarchy for the top six literature themes.