Sex Roles (2013) 69:1–2 DOI 10.1007/s11199-013-0286-z EDITORIAL Guidelines for Qualitative Research Being Published in Sex Roles Irene H. Frieze Published online: 19 April 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 As I wrote in 2008 (Frieze 2008), and is still the case, a Each of these possible coding categories should be defined in a growing number of papers submitted to and ultimately way that would allow another researcher to code similar data published in Sex Roles involve the analysis of qualitative using these same categories. These definitions should be pro- data. As is also true for quantitative data analysis, each vided in a table, so they can be readily seen by the reader. journal editor makes decisions about what types of Secondly, it is required that the researcher explain clearly how methods and reporting are acceptable within this larger the assignment of coding categories was validated. Ideally, methodology. Since we receive many questions about there should be a report of inter-coder reliability, with kappa qualitative papers (but rarely are asked about quantitative data values for each code. The identity of each coder and exactly presentations), these guidelines for qualitative research reports what data were coded by each person should
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