Analysis Techniques , and Quality Controls

@inproceedings{Westbrook2002AnalysisT,
  title={Analysis Techniques , and Quality Controls},
  author={Lynn Westbrook},
  year={2002}
}
This review examines the basic tenets of qualitative or naturalistic methods in terms of their original grounding in the basic social sciences and their value to library and information science research. Examination of the five key points provides the understanding needed to move from contemplation to use of these methods: the research problem, data gathering, content analysis, theory development, and validity techniques. 

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