Quantitative 1

Quantitative 1
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

April 28th 2013


Megan Arroll

This is the second piece to provide hints and tips when reading research papers, building on Suzanne Henwood’s excellent article ‘Reading Qualitative Research Critically’ (Issue 29). Much of the guidance set out by Suzanne for reading qualitative papers is true for quantitative, notably regarding quality, rigour, reliability, validity and trustworthiness. Also, most research papers, whether qualitative or quantitative, are presented in a similar structure, although there are some key differences mainly in the form of the data and how this is conveyed....


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