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Qualitative Analysis on Stage: Making the Research Process More Public
Vincent A. Anfara, Jr., Kathleen M. Brown and Terri L. Mangione
Vol. 31, No. 7 (Oct., 2002), pp. 28-38
Published by: American Educational Research Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3594403
Page Count: 11
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Discussions regarding standards for assessing qualitative research have not sufficiently addressed questions concerning the privatization of this type of analysis. In response to this dilemma, the authors of this article address some of the strategies that they have employed in working with doctoral students and offer suggestions for assessing and publicly disclosing the methodological rigor and analytical defensibility of qualitative research. Specifically, tabular strategies are introduced for use in documenting the relationship between data sources and a study's research questions, the development of themes and categories, and the triangulation of findings. Examples from three dissertations are provided.
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