O Processo de Análise Hierárquica (AHP) e a teoria das Inteligências Múltiplas (MI): uma revisão de literatura com meta-síntese sobre a relação entre o método e a teoria

Carlos Eduardo Pereira de Quadros, Diana Francisca Adamatti, André Andrade Longaray

Resumo


Este trabalho traz uma investigação, através de uma revisão sistemática e meta-síntese,  acerca de artigos acadêmicos que trabalharam com o Processo de Análise Hierárquica (AHP) em  conjunto com a teoria das Inteligências Múltiplas (MI). A busca através das palavras-chave “Analytic  Hierarchy Process” e “Multiple Intelligences” retornou 107 trabalhos e, desses, apenas sete realmente trabalhavam com o método AHP e a teoria das MI. A apresentação desses trabalhos foi feita através  de uma meta-síntese para elucidar sobre quais áreas foram empregados, suas conclusões e resultados.  


Palavras-chave


Processo de Análise Hierárquica; Inteligências Múltiplas; Revisão de trabalhos; Meta-síntese

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5540/03.2021.008.01.0454

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