tsf
Mar 25, 2018

Can qualitative study findings generalised?

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Edited: Mar 25, 2018

We often hear comments that qualitative study findings are limited to views and opinions from the sampled participants. Thus, it is difficult to generalise these findings. I wish to invite opinion and hopefully this adds on to our understanding.

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