2 edition of bibliography on the Delphi technique found in the catalog.
bibliography on the Delphi technique
|Series||Exchange bibliography - Council of Planning Librarians ;, 652|
|LC Classifications||Z5942 .C68 no. 652, Z5990 .C68 no. 652, H61.4 .C68 no. 652|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||83461067|
An illustrated tutorial on the Delphi method in quantitative research. Table of Contents Overview 5 Key Concepts and Terms 6 Appropriateness 6 Rounds 6 Forecasts vs. reasons 6 Legitimation and Selection of Experts 6 Anonymity 7 Examples of Delphi in quantitative research 8 Defining constructs 8 Developing and selecting indicators 8 Creating a multidimensional instrument 9 Creating a. The Delphi Technique in Nursing and Health Research is a practical guide to using the Delphi methodology for students and researchers in nursing and health. It adopts a logical step-by-step approach, introducing the researcher to the 'Delphi', outlining its development, analysing key characteristics and parameters for the successful application 4/5(5).
Hammersley M. " The issue of quality in qualitative research." International Journal of Research & Method in Education. ; Google Scholar. Preface. Acknowledgements. 1 The Delphi Technique. 2 Debates, Criticisms and Limitations of the Delphi. 3 Applications of the Delphi in Nursing and Health Research. 4 How to Get Started with the Delphi Technique. 5 Conducting the Research Using the Delphi Technique. 6 Analysing Data from a Delphi and Reporting Results. 7 Reliability and Validity.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography Bibliographie: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hudson, Ivan. Bibliography on the "Delphi technique". Monticello, Ill.: Council. The Delphi Technique in Nursing and Health Research is a practical guide to using the Delphi methodology for students and researchers in nursing and health.
It adopts a logical step-by-step approach, introducing the researcher to the Delphi, outlining its development, analysing key characteristics and parameters for its successful use and exploring its applications in nursing and health.
Appendix: Delphi Bibliography HAROLD A. LINSTONE and MURRAY TUROFF The following bibliography is complementary to the references associated with each of the articles in the book. We have broken the reference material into a number of separate sections.
It is felt this particular breakdown will make the reference list of greater utility to the user. The Delphi method: techniques and applications Harold A.
Linstone, Murray Turoff Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., Advanced Book Program, - Education - pages. This is a BOOK on the Delphi Method published in the early 70's.
Delphi Bibliography The Delphi method technique is described as an assessment method for a group of experts to recognize. Annotated Bibliography Adler, M. & Ziglio, E. () Gazing into the Oracle: The Delphi Method and Its Application to Social Policy and Public Health.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London. The Delphi Technique is a method used to estimate the likelihood and outcome of future events. A group of experts exchange views, and each independently gives estimates and assumptions to a facilitator who reviews the data and issues a summary report.
The group members discuss and review the summary report, and give updated forecasts to the 4/5(2). Smarter Balanced Annotated Bibliography, Item Specifications and Guidelines Project 3 Acosta, B., Rivera, C. & Shafer Willner, L. Best practices in the accommodation of English language learners: A Delphi study.
Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Education LEP Partnership. The process of the Delphi technique is based on a series of questionnaires, which is send out to the panel of experts and revised after each round, including information from the previous round.
A full explanation of the technique's methodology is best presented in Linstone and Turoff's book on the subject, but a conceptual summary of the Delphi technique from the Cited by: 1.
Delphi is a popular, long-range, qualitative forecasting technique that has been extensively applied to a wide variety of problems in different domains. Since the method was conceived in the early s at the Rand Corporation, different variations of Delphi have evolved in an effort to meet the unique forecasting needs of different decision Cited by: The Delphi Method: Techniques and Applications: Harold A.
Linstone and Murray Turoff, Editors The electronic version of this book was created by scanning the pages of the print version into a personal computer and recognizing the text with OCR (optical character recognition) software.
Theory and applications of the Delphi technique: A bibliography (–) - Technological Forecasting and Social Change In-text: (Gupta and Clarke, ). These are the sources and citations used to research Risk perception FMEA Delphi method.
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A monograph on the Delphi method in quantitative research. Table of Contents Overview 4 Key Concepts and Terms 5 Appropriateness 5 Rounds 5 Forecasts vs. reasons 5 Legitimation 5 Anonymity 6 Examples of Delphi in quantitative research 6 Defining constructs 6 Developing and selecting indicators 7 Creating a multidimensional instrument 7 Creating a typological framework 8 Coding 9 Establishing.
The Delphi Technique in Nursing and Health Research is a practical guide to using the Delphi methodology for students and researchers in nursing and health. It adopts a logical step-by-step approach, introducing the researcher to the Delphi, outlining its development, analysing key characteristics and parameters for its successful use and exploring its applications in nursing and.
Title: The Delphi Technique 1 The Delphi Technique. Bernie Coens, Jessica Remington, Ashley Owen, Roger Mattson; Small Group Communications Septem 2 Definition. The Delphi Technique is a method for gathering opinions from a group of geographically dispersed experts to reach a consensus through the use of.
Consensus reaching methods generally used in health care are Delphi panel, nominal group or consensus conference. They are useful to organize “qualitative judgments and, which is concerned to understand the meanings that people use when making decisions about health care.” (Black, 88, page ).They are not as such qualitative methods because they may use quantitative data collection.
Her two most cited works are Theory and applications of the Delphi technique: A bibliography (–) an investigation on the Delphi Technique or Delphi Method, a forecasting method that was developed on the first years of the Cold War.
This work surveys the literature from to for the methodology and applications on the Delphi Education: Stella Maris College (BS), University .An annotated bibliography on revision concludes the book. (HTH) Descriptors: Cloze Procedure, Delphi Technique, Educational Theories, Evaluation Methods, Higher Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Revision (Written Composition), Secondary Education, Writing (Composition), Writing Evaluation, Writing Instruction, Writing Processes Cited by: 6.
Vol Num August ISSN The Delphi Technique: Making Sense Of Consensus Chia-Chien Hsu, The Ohio State University & Brian A. Sandford, Oklahoma State University The Delphi technique is a widely used and accepted method for gathering data from respondents within their domain of expertise.