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Securing Personal Input from Individuals Aging with Intellectual Disability: Do Differing Methodologies Produce Equivalent information?

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Title:Securing Personal Input from Individuals Aging with Intellectual Disability: Do Differing Methodologies Produce Equivalent information?
Authors:Wark, Stuart
Cannon-Vanry, Miranda
Knox, Marie
Parmenter, Marie
Hussain, Rafat
show 4 moreJanicki, Matthew
Leggatt-Cook, Chez
Edwards, Meaghan
Parmenter, Trevor
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Keywords:aging
Intellectual disability
Likert-scales and Qualitative interviews
Date Issued:2016
Publisher:University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies
Citation:Wark, S., Cannon-Vanry, M., Knox, M., Parmenter, M., Hussain, R., Janicki, M., Leggatt-Cook, C., Edwards, M. & Parmenter, T. (2016). Securing Personal Input from Individuals Aging with Intellectual Disability: Do Differing Methodologies Produce Equivalent information?. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 12(2 & 3).
Series:vol. 12, no. 2 & 3
Abstract:Research is limited on whether differing methodologies for facilitating personal contributions from individuals aging with intellectual disability produce equivalent knowledge outcomes. Two matched purpose-developed tools examined five quality-of-life domains. Results showed substantial variance between qualitative interview responses and Likert-scale data, and indicate validity concerns for using either methodology in isolation.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/58666
ISSN:1552-9215
Appears in Collections: RDS Volume 12, No. 2 & 3


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