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Managing Quality in Qualitative Research
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Managing Quality in Qualitative Research

Second Edition
  • Uwe Flick - Freie Universtität Berlin, Germany

Volume: 10

October 2018 | 168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Quality underpins the success (or failure) of any piece of qualitative research. In this book, Uwe Flick takes you through the steps in method and design to ensure quality and reliability throughout the entire research process. Showing hands-on what it means to 'manage' quality, this book puts the spotlight on practical questions and steps researchers can use to continually interrogate,  improve and demonstrate quality in your research. 

 
1. How to manage and assess the quality of qualitative research
 
2. Standards in qualitative research
 
3. Criteria in qualitative research
 
4. Using CAQDAS for advancing the quality of qualitative research
 
5. Quality indicators of specific methods and approaches
 
6. Checklists and guidelines
 
7. Strategies for managing diversity in qualitative research
 
8. Relevance, evidence and quality of qualitative research
 
9. Quality, creativity and ethics: different ways to ask the question
 
10. Managing quality in qualitative research: process and transparency

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ISBN: 9781473912021
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