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Summary: Qualitative Data Analysis and Interpretation

A thorough summary of the ninth chapter. It includes excerpts from the UNISA Study Guide and from Fundamentals of Social Research methods – An African Perspective - 5th edition/Claire Bless, Craig Higson –Smith & Sello Levy Sithole. Past assignments and examination questions are interwoven into the slides.

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