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Mathew B. Miles is with the Center for Policy Research

Prepared for the Symposium on Advances in the Analysis of Qualitative Data, American Educational Research Association Meeting, March 1982

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Huberman, A.M., Miles, M.B. Drawing valid meaning from qualitative data: Some techniques of data reduction and display. Qual Quant 17, 281–339 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00167541

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