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Identifying Objectivity, Reliability & Validity

What is objectivity? Why is it important? How is it estimated?

What is reliability? Why is it important? How is it estimated?

What is validity? Why is it important? How is it estimated?

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Objectivity is a method of acquiring knowledge by reasoning solely based on the facts of reality and in accordance with the laws of logic. Objectivity is important because it relates to facts, is based on facts, is factual research and requires being factual. There is a right or wrong. Objectivity is measured/estimated by facts. If the facts are true then the research is objective.

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The solution is comprised of information explaining what objectivity, reliability, and validity is and why its important.

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