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Validity of Measurement

In: The SAGE Dictionary of Social Research Methods

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Edited by: Victor Jupp Published: 2006
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Definition

The extent to which an indicator or variable adequately measures the theoretical concept it purports to measure.

Distinctive Features

The major requirement of measurement is validity. For research to be conducted, theoretical concepts (and research questions and hypotheses of which they are ...

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