Q-metode

Q-metode Q-metode er en kvalitativ metode, der stammer fra psykologi og har til formål at kortlægge mønstre i menneskers holdninger eller oplevelser. Metoden inddrager kvantitativ teknik og blev oprindeligt anvendt til empiriske studier af subjektivitet fortrinsvis i mikro- og gruppekontekster (Stephenson 1953). Bogstavet Q udtrykker, at der bruges quansal units, quantification of salience, dvs. enheder […]

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