Making qualitative analysis credible I & II

How is ‘quality’ demonstrated in qualitative studies? How can analyses and theorization of interviews and field notes be made credible? What arguments can be used, or what criteria can be met, in order to improve credibility? These sessions discuss these and related questions, and participants are encouraged to relate their discussions to empirical findings.

Making qualitative analysis credible I: Mixed methods and evaluations. Session organizer: Uwe Flick, Alice-Salomon-Hochschule, Berlin, Germany.

Making qualitative analysis credible II: Knowledge and quality. Session organizer: Håkan Jönson, School of Social Work, Lund University, Sweden.

The sessions are scheduled as number 14 and 17.

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