E.G. Guba's research while affiliated with London Deanery and other places

Citations

... The study ensured trustworthiness as defined by Lincoln and Guba [37], encompassing transferability, credibility, dependability, and confirmability. The thick description of the study context, methods, and use of quotations from participants enhanced confirmability, while dependability is demonstrated through literature citations showing consistency with our findings. ...
... To address this objective, the study adopted an interpretive research paradigm. The approach requires the social phenomena to be appreciated through the views of participant supply chain stakeholders and not the researchers (Guba & Lincoln, 1994). The qualitative inquiry was appropriate as it seeks to establish the views of the participants with rigor, precision, systematic and careful attention to detail (Richards, 2003). ...
... Sociology of literature is analysis as a objective and scientific which study about humans in a society that deals with social and social processes. . This research is in great demand by researchers who want to see literature as a mirror of society's live (Suwardi, 2008). ...
... 2 Sobre las distintas fases del desarrollo de la evaluación en los Estados Unidos, Cfr. Cronbach (1963), Stake (1967), McLaughlin (1975), House (1979House ( , 2000 y Guba y Lincoln (1986, 1989. Análisis histórico-comparativos acerca de la situación de la evaluación en distintos países pueden consultarse en Furubo et al. (2002) y Urteaga (2010). ...
... The principles of thematic analysis (Polit & Beck, 2021), along with Lincoln and Guba's quality framework (Lincoln & Guba, 1999), framed the data analysis of the qualitative findings. NVIVOÓ was used as a data management tool. ...
... Throughout all phases of code development and refinement, research team members wrote analytic memos (Maxwell, 2013). Prolonged engagement supported understandings of the data (Lincoln & Guba, 1985), and the identification of unique patterns. ...
... In this study, the four benchmarks for guaranteeing credibility, as outlined by Lincoln and Guba (1985), include the use of different data sources (triangulation), debriefing, member checking and thick description. ...
... Phenomenology, Colaizzi (1978) Guba & Lincoln (1989) Team-based learning A3 Lee, N. K. ...
... In terms of methodological limitations, the approach that we took prevents empirical generalisability to other contexts, as according to Lincoln and Guba (2009), generalisation requires freedom from time and context to achieve predictability and control. While generalisation from China to other contexts was not the primary concern of this research project, some theoretical generalisability is possible, as insights into the ethical tensions for impact investors, and their responses to it, are applicable to other cultural and political contexts, even though the exact tensions may differ. ...