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Maxwell, Joseph A. – Harvard Educational Review, 1992
Details the philosophical and practical dimensions of five types of validity used in qualitative research: descriptive, interpretive, theoretical, generalizable, and evaluative, with corresponding issues of understanding. Presents this typology as a checklist of the kinds of threats to validity that may arise. (SK)
Descriptors: Classification, Comprehension, Qualitative Research, Validity