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Reliability

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Reliability in research is the quality of consistency in a measure or procedure. This entry begins with a brief definition, then moves on to an exploration of the applications of the concept of reliability in quantitative research and consideration of its applicability to action research. The entry explains that when action research includes quantitative measures, conventional ...

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