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In air traffic control phraseology, it means, “Have I correctly received the following …?” or “Did you correctly receive the message?”
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Focus group participation safeguarded confirmability as did aligning findings in context and against relevant concepts and literature (Nagy, Mills, Waters, & Birks, 2010).
Trustworthiness was determined using three criteria, credibility, dependability, and confirmability (Polit & Beck, 2012).
For confirmability, a three-member team with varying experience in qualitative research separately analyzed the transcripts without prior knowledge of the initial findings.
Lincoln and Guba's (1985) criteria of credibility, transferability, dependability and confirmability informed our approach to methodological integrity.
To minimize research biases and increase confirmability, the first author acted as auditor (Hunt, 2011).
The initial classification scheme applied terms used in an earlier content analysis (Berrios & Lucca, 2006), a strategy that strengthened confirmability.
The issues of trustworthiness were credibility, dependability, confirmability, and transferability (Guba & Lincoln, 2008).
Nevertheless, there are some commonly used, foundational criteria for trustworthiness that may be applied to judging qualitative research design: credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability (Lincoln & Guba, 1985).
credibility, dependability, confirmability, and transferability--were addressed through various measures in this study.
Confirmability is the criteria for assessing the quality of research results with an emphasis on tracking data, information and interpretation that are supported by materials.
Rigor within this study was determined using three criteria: credibility, dependability, and confirmability (Polit, Beck, & Hungler, 2001).
Confirmability refers to "the objectivity of the data and the absence of research errors.