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Factors Influencing Falsehood in Online Educational Research

  title={Factors Influencing Falsehood in Online Educational Research},
  author={Lina Gai{\vz}iūnienė and Gintautas Cibulskas},
The article dwells on scientific literature, investigating the factors which influence respondents’ not telling the truth, induce falsehood, or provokes telling lies, in online educational research and, consequently, affect straightway the validity of quantitative investigation. As a result, the research presents a systemic model of these modifiers. The agents causing falsehood are being investigated in the light of three perspectives: quantitative research, online research, and educational… Expand
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