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Triangulation in history education research, and its limitations

Terry Haydn explains how different forms of triangulation have been used in recent history education research in the UK, and attempts to assess the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to triangulation. Haydn also draws attention to the limitations of triangulation as a means of making claims about the validity of research outcomes.

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