In Peer Review, It's Time to Stop Thinking Statistically About Qualitative Research
by Jim Vander Putten - July 24, 2006
Explicit criteria have been widely published to accurately evaluate both quantitative and qualitative research. Peer review that uses one paradigm on the basis of the other, however, is inappropriate at best, raises ethical questions in regard to fairness, and can have dire consequences for faculty careers.
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