In this paper, the author discusses the development of an appraisal instrument designed for evaluating submissions to The Qualitative Report-the TQR Rubric. Following a description of the context of TQR, she explains what led to the development of the TQR Rubric and describes its components. She concludes by presenting the plan of implementation of the rubric and a discussion of how the TQR Rubric's elements relate to notions of quality presented in the literature.
Qualitative Research, Appraising, Quality, Peer Review Process, Social Constructionism
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Cooper, R. (2011). Appraising Qualitative Research Reports: A Developmental Approach. The Qualitative Report, 16(6), 1733-1742. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol16/iss6/14