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In what follows, we will discuss the procedure for using the method to develop the rule set for qualitative data analysis (KFAC). Subsequently, we will describe the content and process of the method. First, we will describe the process of developing the rule set. Then, we will discuss the content of the rule set and any further analysis that may be required. Finally, we will conclude with some examples of the use of this method in practice and a discussion of future directions. The following are points to note before moving on to the method: (i) there is a necessity to establish a general rule set that can be used as a guideline for the specific data analysis, (ii) to address this point, we have focused on the stages and methods that are available in the literature and that have been adapted to the context of KFAC, and (iii) the authors are unaware of any generic rule set that can be used to develop a model for a specific data analysis. The subject of this procedure are qualitative data analysis and not quantitative. A. Developing the Rule Set from a Generic Method, A model is defined as a set of rules that maps the subjects into an evaluative category (Bruns and Buchbinder, 1995). In KFAC, the classification of subject into an evaluative category is defined by the application of the qualitative judgment. In KFAC, three levels of judgment are used in relation to a subject: ideal, adequate, and inadequate. An ideal judgment is a judgment about the quality of an evaluative category (e.g., ideal judgments are made in relation to the category of an action that is morally good or morally neutral) (Phillips and Stang, 2000). An adequate judgment is a judgment about the quality of the evaluative category (e.g., adequate judgments are made in relation to the category of a person who is morally good or morally neutral) (Phillips and Stang, 2000). An inadequate judgment is a judgment about the quality of the evaluative category (e.g., inadequate judgments are made in relation to the category of a person who is morally evil) (Phillips and Stang, 2000). The judgment of a subject in relation to an evaluative category is a judgment about the quality of a specific instance. For example, the judgment is whether the instance has a moral value or not. This judgment is made in relation to the subject and the category (i.e., an instance in relation to a

 

 


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