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Meta-ethnography: interpretations of interpretations of George Noblit

This post is my take on a methodology seminar at Stirling University and a public lecture in Edinburgh where Professor George Noblit asked ‘How qualitative (or interpretive or critical) is qualitative synthesis, and what can we do about this?’ What are we talking about? Primary qualitative research in its many forms can help us understand […]

This is a re-post of Avril Nicoll’s blog, first published here: Meta-ethnography: interpretations of interpretations of George Noblit — Speech & Language Therapy in Practice #speechmag

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