Methodological pluralism in qualitative research: Reflections on a meta-study

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Barnes, Jemima, Caddick, Nick, Clarke, Nicola J., Cromby, John, McDermott, Hilary, Willis, M. and Wiltshire, Gareth 2014. Methodological pluralism in qualitative research: Reflections on a meta-study. Qualitative Methods in Psychology. 17 (Spring).
AuthorsBarnes, Jemima, Caddick, Nick, Clarke, Nicola J., Cromby, John, McDermott, Hilary, Willis, M. and Wiltshire, Gareth
Abstract

A short report is provided of a meta-study of methodological pluralism in qualitative research; that is, of the use of two or more qualitative methods to analyse the same data set. Ten eligible papers were identified and assessed. Their contents are described with respect to theory, methods and findings, and their possible implications discussed in relation to a series of wider debates in qualitative research more generally.

JournalQualitative Methods in Psychology
Journal citation17 (Spring)
Year2014
PublisherBritish Psychological Society (South west Review)
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PrintJan 2014
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Deposited22 May 2017
Copyright informationThis is a pre-publication version of the following article: Barnes, J., Caddick, N., Cromby, J., Clarke, N.J., Mcdermott, H., Willis, M.E. and Wiltshire, G., 2014. Methodological pluralism in qualitative research: reflections on a meta-study. British Psychological Society (SW Review), QMiP Bulletin Issue 17, Spring, 2014, 35-41. Special Issue: The place of qualitative methods in mixed methods research.
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