Johnson J H, 1990, "The rules of Q-analysis" Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 17(4) 475 – 486
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The rules of Q-analysis
J H Johnson
Received 24 March 1988; in revised form 14 February 1990
Abstract. This is the third in a series of three papers in which the methodological status of Q-analysis is investigated. The methodological rules abstracted in the previous papers are brought together, and the possibility of them being built into an expert system is discussed. A preliminary specification for an expert Q-analysis system is given. It is concluded that Q-analysis is indeed sufficiently replicable and procedural to be called a methodology. This completes the thought experiment set up in the first paper of the series.
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