Kvalitative og kvantitative metoder

Kvalitative og kvantitative metoder Grænsedragningen mellem kvalitative og kvantitative metoder er flydende. Men som et første signalement kan man sige, at de kvalitative metoder er mere rettet imod at undersøge kommunikative fænomener i dybden, i bestemte situationelle og sociale kontekster, mens de kvantitative metoder orienterer sig imod at undersøge et kommunikativt fænomens udbredelse eller hyppighed […]

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Forfatter Kim Schrøder
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Hjarvard 1997, Schrøder m.fl. 2003, Kvale & Brinkmann 2009, Brinkmann & Tanggaard 2010; Participations 9:2, 2012

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