Verification Strategies for Establishing Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research

  title={Verification Strategies for Establishing Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research},
  author={Janice M. Morse and Michael Barrett and Maria J Mayan and Karin Olson and Jude Spiers},
ed from (and across) individual participants, so there is no reason for individuals to be able to recognize themselves or their particular experiences (Morse, 1998; Sandelowski, 1993). Investigators who want to be responsive to the particular concerns of their participants may be forced to restrain their results to a more descriptive level in Morse, Barret, Mayan, Olson, & Spiers, RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY 8 International Journal of Qualitative Methods 1 (2) Spring 2002 order to address… CONTINUE READING
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