The Pragmatic Paradigm

The pragmatic paradigm originated in the United States in the late 19th century. The originators and contributors that are associated with the early development of pragmatic paradigm include, Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914) and William James (1842–1910). Charles Sanders was the originator behind the pragmatic paradigm while William James was his colleague he defended the idea and promoted it later. In …

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Peer-Review in Qualitative Research

Peer-review as the name suggests is the process of checking a researcher’s work by another person expert in that field. The reason for this scrutiny is to check the validity, reliability, and authenticity of the research. Many journals today only accept peer-reviewed research. In qualitative research peer-review has long been used to validate a research before getting published. The reason …

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