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Qualitative Researchers’ Understandings of Their Practice and the Implications for Data Archiving and Sharing

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Qualitative Researchers’ Understandings of Their Practice and the Implications for Data Archiving and Sharing
Qualitative Researchers' Understandings of Their Practice and the Implications for Data Archiving and SharingAlexBroomUniversity of Sydney, a.broom@usyd.edu.auLyndaCheshireUniversity of Queensland, l.cheshire@uq.edu.auMichaelEmmisonUniversity of Queensland, m.emmison@uq.edu.au43 ppSAGE Publications, Inc.
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‘Qualitative Researchers’ Understandings of Their Practice and the Implications for Data Archiving and Sharing’,AlexBroomLyndaCheshireMichaelEmmisonSociology,43(6)(2009):1163–1179.Published by SAGE Publications Ltd. Reprinted with permission.

With the systematic archiving of qualitative data emerging as a distinct possibility in Australia, both the practices of qualitative research and how subsequent outputs are ‘used’ ...

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