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CESSDA. (2017). Adapt your Data Management Plan. A list of Data Management Questions based on the Expert Tour Guide to Data Management. Retrieved from

Corti, L., Van den Eynden, V., Bishop, L., Woollard, M. (2014). Managing and Sharing Research Data. A Guide to Good Practice. Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, Washington DC: SAGE.

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Fleischhauer, C. (2010). Format Considerations in Audio Visual Preservation Reformatting: Snapshots from the Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative. ISQ - Information Standards Quarterly. 22 (2). ISSN 1041-0031. Retrieved from

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Flick, U. (2007). Designing Qualitative Research. Sage.

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Gibbs, G. (2007). Analyzing Qualitative Data. Sage.

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Krejčí, J. (2010). Approaching Quality in Survey Research: Towards a Comprehensive Perspective. Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review, (06), pp.1011-1033. Retrieved from

Kuckartz, U. (2014). Qualitative text analysis: A guide to methods, practice and using software. Sage.

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Further reading

ICPSR. (2012). Guide to social science data preparation and archiving. Retrieved from