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Conducting Comparative Focus-Group Research: Cautionary Comments from a Coordinator

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Knodel, John E. 1994. "Conducting Comparative Focus-Group Research: Cautionary Comments from a Coordinator." Health Transition Review, 4(1): 99-104.

This short commentary describes how comparative focus-group research might ideally be conducted and some of the difficulties encountered when trying to implement these steps in the author's attempt to use focus groups for cross-cultural comparative research on aging.

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