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Data Triangulation in Qualitative Research

Written by Saira Naeem Data triangulation in qualitative research is used as a means to make sure that the research is AffluentRobustComprehensive and Well developed What does data triangulation mean? Data triangulation is where the researcher uses two or more methods for the verification of the findings and results. Data triangulation is also called cross examination because it double or even triple checks …

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Coding in Qualitative Research

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Qualitative research is different from quantitative research in many ways. Therefore the techniques employed by the qualitative researcher in data analysis are bound to be different from those employed by the quantitative researcher. One of such techniques employed by the qualitative researcher when analyzing, interpreting and making sense of the data is called coding in qualitative research. It is assumed …

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Qualitative and Quantitative Research: Rationale

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The integration of qualitative and quantitative research has become very common now a days. This integration has resulted in unexpected but outstanding results in the field of research. The combination of qualitative and quantitative research led to three major approaches of research: Quantitative; qualitative; and qualitative and quantitative research. This integrated research is also known as mixed methods, multi methods, …

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Achieving Corroboration in Qualitative Research

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The aim behind corroboration in qualitative research is to enhance validity, reliability, authenticity, replicability, and accuracy of the research. The researcher uses several tools to achieve corroboration and to reduce faulty observations, biased analysis, and inaccurate conclusions. Corroboration is necessary to maintain standards in conducting surveys, data analysis, and interpretation. The chances of bias and error is higher in survey …

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How to Achieve Trustworthiness in Qualitative Research

Trustworthiness in qualitative research

There are various ways to achieve trustworthiness in qualitative research: disclosure, auditability, interviewer corroboration, peer debriefing, prolonged engagement, negative case analysis, member check, auditability, confirmability, bracketing, and balance are some of the ways that researchers use to achieve trustworthiness in qualitative research. Disclosure A good way to improve the trustworthiness of qualitative research is to clearly identify in your research: …

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Study Designs in Qualitative Research

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This article will provide a general idea about the study designs in qualitative research. Qualitative research is commonly used in social sciences, humanity, and education. The below picture shows general steps in designing a qualitative study designs. Qualitative study designs are not based on the process of observation through various techniques. The researcher observes the phenomenon and than analyze it, …

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How to Choose the Right Methodology for your Research

Selecting the right methodology is crucial for the success of your research. Using the method, the researcher has chosen for his research, the researcher tests the hypothesis for possible acceptance or rejection. Therefore, it is necessary that the researcher uses the most appropriate method of data collection, analysis and evaluation. Sometimes the researcher invents the method for his research because …

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Difference between Quantitative and Qualitative Research

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What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative research? This is an important question for every researcher, as a researcher you should know the basic difference between the two. There is a clear and well defined divide between these two types of researches that one can easily understand. In quantitative research the type of information sought, type of data, variables, …

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