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Neutrality in Qualitative Research

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Edited by: Lisa M. Given Published: 2008
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In research, the term neutrality implies that an inquiry is free of bias or is separated from the researcher's perspectives, background, position, or conditioning circumstances. When a researcher or the research is said to be neutral, the inquiry is also ...

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