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2) How likely it is that the conclusions would be similar if a different investigator entered the field depends on various conditions related to research quality. When assessing replicability, researchers must consider things like data collection process consistency, appropriate sample selection and size (including demographics), reliability checks employed during measurement processes and checklists administered among participants during various stages of the project (Gillham 2000). All these elements should converge towards producing reliable results while reducing variability due mainly outsider sources interference or internal methodological biases created by lead researchers within team dynamics(Mulder et al., 2009).
3) Transferability of qualitative studies’ findings refers to “the extent to which we can generalize from our analysis” (Cohen & Crabtree 2006). It reflects how applicable are participants’ experiences across multiple settings or contexts where other individuals faced with analogous situations could obtain comparable outcomes regardless when placed in unique social-cultural environments. To do so, studies should ensure high levels ecological validity providing accurate reflections from target population members throughout data gathering process via evidence based methodologies impeccably documented following specific protocol including detailed theoretical framings interpreted objectively even though interpretations still remain subjectivity grounded conforming fairness integrity criterions understood by scientific community accepted standards followed organizations conduct qualitative investigations useful applications practical purposes.(Flanagan 1954).