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Methodological Pluralism

Methodological pluralism refers to researchers using a range of methods in the same piece of research. This allows for triangulation where qualitative and quantitative data can be produced in order to maximise validity and reliability. This is often done in case studies. Examples include Paul Willis' "Learning to Labour" where a range of methods were used, such as participant observation and group interviews.

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