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Chernov, A.Yu. (2007). Methodological introduction to problem of qualitative research methods

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Journal
Methodology and History of Psychology. 2007. Volume 2. Issue 1
Section
Qualitative Methods in Psychology
Pages
118-129
Type
Scientific article
Title
Methodological introduction to problem of qualitative research methods
Authors
Chernov, Aleksandr Yurievich
Abstract
The traditional opposition of quantitative and qualitative approaches in psychological research stimulates the development of the theory of the method. Development of the theory occurs in three main areas: improving the traditional empirical model, criticism of the empirical quantitative models, testing and analysis of alternative research models. Each of these areas has the methodological basis covered in the present article.
Keywords
  • quantitative imperative
  • quantitative methods
  • qualitative methods
  • integration of quantitative and qualitative methods
  • operationalism
  • mesurability of psychological properties
  • interpretative approach
  • narrative approach
  • development of theory
  • situational analysis
  • holistic analysis
  • analysis of subjective meanings and values
  • dialogicity
  • reflexivity
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To cite this article
Chernov, A.Yu. (2007). Methodological introduction to problem of qualitative research methods. Methodology and History of Psychology, 2(1), 118-129.

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