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qualitative

/qual·i·ta·tive/ (kwahl´ĭ-ta″tiv) pertaining to quality. Cf. quantitative.

qualitative

[kwol′itā′tiv]
Etymology: L, qualis
pertaining to the quality, value, or nature of something.

qualitative

(kwol'i-ta?tiv) [L. qualitativus]
Referring to the quality of anything.
See: quantitative

qualitative

pertaining to observations of a categorical nature, e.g. breed, sex.

qualitative data
data measured on a categorical scale.
qualitative trait
see qualitative trait.
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Broadly speaking, GT is a systematic set of techniques and procedures that enable researchers to identify concepts and build theory from qualitative data (Corbin and Strauss 2008).
Qualitative data analysis required an iterative approach because new data could present new codes or fit within existing codes.
With no equivalent archiving facility currently in operation for qualitative data, one of ASSDA's key priorities has been to establish the Australian Qualitative Archive (AQuA), which will be housed at The University of Queensland as part of a distributed ASSDA network.
Common themes that emerged in the qualitative data related to barriers Coding Managers believe may hinder coding quality, for example:
The exploratory study under discussion used quantitative and qualitative data from an evaluation of the 'Advocates to Successful Transition to Independence' programme, a mentoring programme designed to train mentors to assist older adolescent foster youth in acquiring skills and resources needed for successful transition out of foster care and into adulthood.
The latter approach deploys a variety of designs often using both quantitative and qualitative data (e.
I have spent the past 17 years investigating the validity and reliability of an MI assessment that provides both quantitative and qualitative data.
Overall, Kato provides a compelling mix of quantitative and qualitative data to equip the reader with some useful tools for considering what is at stake in the ongoing debate over the future of welfare state funding.
Using in-depth qualitative data, McAllister, Wilson, and Burton trace the evolution of a program aimed at providing activities for fathers that can support them in their involvement with their children.
The Voice of the Campers--Research Findings Through Qualitative Data Collection
As part of this investigation, the authors chose focus groups, a commonly employed qualitative data collection method.

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