A Conversation About Rethinking Criteria for Qualitative and Interpretive Research
Quality as Trustworthiness
Keywords:Assessing Qualitative Research, Interpretive Research, Qualitative Inquiry, Quality, Trustworthiness
This editorial shares a conversation about qualitative and interpretive research quality between friends. Dr. Yvonna Lincoln, University Distinguished Professor Emerita at Texas A&M University, has been a pioneer in the field of qualitative and interpretive inquiry research. The purpose of this paper is to share Yvonna Lincoln’s contemporary thinking about quality criteria for qualitative and interpretive inquiry research and to make it available to mathematics educators who conduct qualitative research in urban settings.
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