Consequently, it doesn't make sense to be concerned with the "truth" or "falsity" of an observation with respect to an external reality (which is a primary concern of validity).
These qualitative researchers argue for different standards for judging the quality of research.
Triangulation involves using multiple data sources in an investigation to produce understanding.
Some see triangulation as a method for corroborating findings and as a test for validity. This assumes that a weakness in one method will be compensated for by another method, and that it is always possible to make sense between different accounts. Rather than seeing triangulation as a method for validation or verification, qualitative researchers generally use this technique to ensure that an account is rich, robust, comprehensive and well-developed.
These eight validation strategies are not in order of importance.
While the ultimate use of the data might differ, the actual investigations and interviews are remarkably alike.Depending on their philosophical perspectives, some qualitative researchers reject the framework of validity that is commonly accepted in more quantitative research in the social sciences.They reject the basic realist assumption that their is a reality external to our perception of it.UX research encompasses a variety of investigative methods used to add context and insight to the design process.Unlike other sub-fields of UX, research did not develop out of some other field or fields. In other words, UX practitioners have borrowed many techniques from academics, scientists, market researchers, and others.