|Title:||Enacting Internal Coherence as a Path to Quality in Qualitative Inquiry|
|Citation:||Carter SM. Enacting Internal Coherence as a Path to Quality in Qualitative Inquiry. In J. Higgs, N. Cherry, R. Macklin & R. Ajjawi (eds). Researching Practice: A Discourse on Qualitative Methodologies Vol 2 Practice, Education, Work and Society Series. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers 2010|
|Abstract:||In this chapter, I am going to make an argument about how to judge quality and do quality in qualitative research, I’m a little trepidatious taking this on: it’s an old subject and many great authors have written on it elegantly (just a few examples: Angen, 2000; Barbour, 2001; Flick, 2007; Mason, 2002; Seale, 1999). People come to blows over the quality of qualitative research, perhaps because it goes to the question of whether it’s worth doing research at all. Questions about quality are a big deal.|
|Type of Work:||Book chapter|
|Type of Publication:||Publisher version|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers and Publications. Sydney Health Ethics|
|Enacting_Internal coherence_b-chapter-2010.pdf||1.8 MB||Adobe PDF|
Items in Sydney eScholarship Repository are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.