The extent to which a researcher’s findings are compatible with data and conclusions extant in the scientific community. Credibility is a criterion for determining the “quality” or “trustworthiness” of qualitative research.
Considering the credibility of those directing the affairs of the party at all levels, easy access to party information and the party constitution that takes grassroots members into consideration in decision making, one can truly see that the ADP is prepared for the challenges of producing credible leadership for the state in particular and the nation at large,' he said.
It identifies key elements in the prevention of misconduct and financial crime from a range of international regulatory authorities and encourages regulators operating in both emerging and developed markets to consider how they might integrate credible deterrence into new or existing enforcement strategies.
At a Wales Unite against Fascism rally at Cardiff's Transport House today, Mr Hain will say: "Ukip likes to paint itself as a credible third party, but can there be anything credible about a party which gives a nod and a wink to openly fascist and racist organisations?
Japan Tobacco International, whose brands include Camel, Benson & Hedges and Silk Cut, released three separate national press ads during the consolation which all said the same policy was rejected in 2008 because there was "no credible evidence" to support it.
AaAa "We deem that this project (autonomy) is interesting and represents a credible solution to put an end to the Sahara issue," the German Ambassador said in interview with Moroccan weekly Maroc Hebdo International.