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Title The Realist Survey: How Respondents’ Voices Can Be Used to Test and Revise Correlational Models
Source Journal of Mixed Methods Research; 11, 3, pp. 308-327
Year 2015
Access date 20.07.2017
Abstract This article introduces the realist survey, an extension of the realistic interview. In a realistic interview, the researcher adapts his or her own theory in response to comments by interviewees, explaining the extent to which the theory applies or does not apply to themselves. The realist survey expands the reach of the realistic interview by including application to generally accepted theories, and it enhances the generalizability of its outcomes through the use of quantitative survey data. As a result, this extended realist interview/survey is a tool that can be used by researchers in widely varying contexts. A realist survey on the effects of the often replicated technology acceptance model shows that the original model is not the best realist fit.
Year of publication2015
Bibliographic typeJournal article
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