Program evaluation from Qualitative Methodology

María Teresa Anguera

Abstract


Currently, the qualitative methodology is recovering an important area in the behavioral science. Also, it is being considered as a relevant methodology due to the way in which analyse the human interactions. The main objective of this theoretical paper is show the goodness of the qualitative methodology. In this sense, the main characteristics and the steps of the qualitative methodology are described. Finally, a complementary view is defended between both methodologies (qualitative and quantitative).


Keywords


Qualitative methodology; program evaluation; methodological complementarity



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5944/ap.5.2.460

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