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Validity

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In research generally, validity pertains to the relationship between the research and the situation researched. Valid research adequately depicts what was researched. For example, in quantitative research, a valid measure is one that accurately measures what it purports to measure. A valid theory is one that describes well some relevant aspects of what has been researched. ...

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