debriefer


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debriefer

(diːˈbriːfə)
n
1. a person who debriefs or creates a report after an assignment or an incident
2. a report that contains debriefing details
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He is a retired Air Force colonel with a wide variety of operational, intelligence, and educational assignments and is a certified Department of Defense interrogator and strategic debriefer.
First, throughout data collection and analysis, a knowledgeable qualitative researcher served as a peer debriefer.
However, there is disagreement in the latter tradition regarding how involved the researcher should be with his or her informants; some argue for merely documenting their own subjectivities (through keeping a journal, working with a peer debriefer, etc.
Lastly, confirmability was established by recording the process in reflexive journals and having the peer debriefer monitor the process.
An onsite colleague, who taught one course with the same students, served as a peer debriefer.
Zoe has worked her way up through the firm, starting as a driver debriefer, followed by administration team leader and then sales administration manager.
Subsequently, the researchers met to compare their analyses and discuss the findings, using the uninvolved team member as a peer debriefer for verification (Lincoln & Guba, 1985).
They served as guides to the discussions held with the peer debriefer and in formulating the categories that emerged from the analysis of the data.
Later, each transcript was unitized, coded, and analyzed by constant comparative method (Lincoln & Guba 1985) under the guidance of Professor Tom Skrtic, who also served as a peer debriefer.
Circumscribed around rigorous research into the company, individuals, and their jobs, the key to this method is to ask the right questions, with the debriefer using judgment to inquire further when answers are otherwise unclear, fudged, or avoided.
A peer debriefer read notes and discussed classifications.
A debriefer (committee mentor) monitored the developing construction to assure the researcher's construction was not over-shadowing the participants' constructions.