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Reproducibility in qualitative research: “There is little awareness”

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Reproducibility in qualitative research is not an accepted standard yet. While some researchers try to be transparent and might provide interview transcripts on request, most qualitative work is seldom checked and validated. I talked to political scientist Ingo Rohlfing, University of Cologne, about why reproducibility should not just be an issue for quantitative methods, and how case study researchers can make their data available.
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