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27 General introduction We conducted three focus group meetings with facilitators. The interviews and focus group meetings were audiotaped and transcribed, and mainly used as a monitoring instrument for the implementation process, generating input for the local steering committees and facilitators’ peer meetings. Table 2. Overview of methodologies and included data per chapter Chapters Methods Single sessions or series of MCD Included data 2: Moral themes of Dutch prison staff Qualitative: thematic content analysis Per single MCD 148 MCD sessions 1065 evaluation forms by participants 171 evaluation forms by facilitators 154 cases of moral dilemmas 3: Evaluation of MCD at DCIA Embedded mixed methods, e.g., multilevel analyses and open coding Per single MCD and after the MCD series 131 MCD sessions 871 evaluation forms by participants 122 evaluation forms by facilitators 167 surveys after the series by participants 4: What is moral craftsmanship, and how to measure it? Conceptual: document, literature study and thematic content analysis - DCIA documents Literature 7 think-aloud interviews 5: Impact of MCD on moral craftsmanship Quantitative: e.g., multilevel analyses and ANOVA tests Before and after the MCD series 459 premeasurement surveys and 456 postmeasurement surveys by intervention- and control groups 6: Experienced outcomes and moral learning through MCD Embedded mixed methods: e.g., multilevel analyses and thematic content analysis Per single MCD and after the series 131 MCD sessions 871 evaluation forms by participants 122 evaluation forms by facilitators 167 surveys after the series by participants 1

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