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An '''annotation''' is a text added to a [[document]] or during any [[experience]] or [[technique]] ([[observation]], [[introspection]], [[narratives]], [[discussion groups|focus group]], [[interviews]], etc.
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An '''annotation''' is a text added to a [[document]] or during any [[experience]] or [[technique]] ([[observation]], [[introspection]], [[narratives]], [[focus group|discussion groups]], [[interviews]], etc.
   
Annotations are strongly recommended during the development of open strategies as [[observation]], [[diaries|diary]], [[discussion groups|focus group]], [[interviews]], etc. and during the [[content analysis]]. Therefore, it is quite common in [[Qualitative research]].
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Annotations are strongly recommended during the development of open strategies as [[observation]], [[diary|diaries]], [[focus group|discussion groups]], [[interviews]], etc. and during the [[content analysis]]. Therefore, it is quite common in [[Qualitative research]].

Latest revision as of 23:33, August 28, 2011

An annotation is a text added to a document or during any experience or technique (observation, introspection, narratives, discussion groups, interviews, etc.

Annotations are strongly recommended during the development of open strategies as observation, diaries, discussion groups, interviews, etc. and during the content analysis. Therefore, it is quite common in Qualitative research.

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