Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research

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In: The Handbook of Social Work Research Methods

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By: CYNTHIA FRANKLIN & MICHELLE BALLAN Edited by: Bruce A. Thyer Published: 2001
Methods: Reliability
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Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research

It is important for qualitative studies to emulate the scientific method in striving for empirical groundedness, generalizability, and minimization of bias (Hammersly, 1992). Reliability and validity depend on the skills of the researcher. Questions concerning reliability and validity are associated ...

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