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Published: 2008-07-24

Validitas dan Reliabilitas Dalam Penelitian Kualitatif

penelitian kualitatif reliabilitas validitas

Abstract

Abstrak

Penilaian kualitas suatu temuan penelitian, baik kuantitatif maupun kualitatif memerlukan pembahasan tentang keabsahan data/validitas (trustworthiness) dan reliabilitasnya. Secara tradisional, penilaian validitas dan reliabilitas dalam penelitian kuantitatif telah memiliki standar baku yang mengacu pada pengujian isi dan kegunaan alat ukur yang dipakai untuk memperoleh data temuannya. Namun, pada penelitian kualitatif, kedua aspek penilaian ini masih menjadi isu yang dipertanyakan, terutama ketika mempertanyakan keilmiahan temuan-temuan metode tersebut. Sesuai pengalaman penulis, aspek validitas dan reliabilitas dapat menjelaskan berbagai teknik operasional yang mendukung rigoritas (ketepatan) data yang dihasilkan dalam penelitian kualitatif, yaitu kredibilitas, dependabilitas, konfirmabilitas, dan transferabilitas.

 

Abstract

The quality evaluation in research findings, both of quantitative and qualitative, needs a demonstrated trustworthiness and rigorist. Traditionally, validity and reliability evaluating in quantitative research focus on standardized data collection instruments. However, the validity and reliability in qualitative research, is still a questionable issue, especially when asking about scientific findings of the work. Moreover, both of the validity and reliability describe operational techniques supporting the rigor of the work: credibility, dependability, conformability, and transferability.

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How to Cite

Afiyanti, Y. (2008). Validitas dan Reliabilitas Dalam Penelitian Kualitatif. Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia, 12(2), 137–141. https://doi.org/10.7454/jki.v12i2.212