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Kamali N. Sripathi; Rosa A. Moscarella; Matthew Steele; Rachel Yoho; Hyesun You; Luanna B. Prevost; Mark Urban-Lurain; John Merrill; Kevin C. Haudek – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2024
Assessing student knowledge based on their writing using traditional qualitative methods is time-consuming. To improve speed and consistency of text analysis, we present our mixed methods development of a machine learning predictive model to analyze student writing. Our approach involves two stages: first an exploratory sequential design, and…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Mixed Methods Research, Student Writing Models, Biology
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Mukumbang, Ferdinand C. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2023
Mixed methods studies in social sciences are predominantly employed to explore broad, complex, and multifaceted issues and to evaluate policies and interventions. The integration of qualitative and quantitative methods in social sciences most often follows the Peircean pragmatic approach--abductive hypothesis formation followed by deductive and…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Social Science Research, Inferences, Epistemology
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Zhou, Yuchun – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2023
There is a paucity of empirical research on teaching mixed methods. To fill this gap in literature, this convergent mixed methods study explores the effectiveness of using active learning approaches in teaching a mixed methods course. The qualitative data, including 10 individual interviews, 29 students' reflections, and 26 teaching evaluation…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Active Learning, Learner Engagement, Outcomes of Education
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Haynes-Brown, Tashane K. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2023
The purpose of this article is to illustrate the dynamic process involved in developing and utilizing a theoretical model in a mixed methods study. Specifically, I illustrate how the theoretical model can serve as the starting point in framing the study, as a lens for guiding the data collection and analysis, and as the end point in explaining the…
Descriptors: Theories, Models, Mixed Methods Research, Teacher Attitudes
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Sakata, Nozomi – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2023
Whereas the significance and potential impacts of messiness in mixed methods research have been well acknowledged, the literature on mixed methods research has accumulated few examples of engaging and navigating mess. This article provides an account of the nitty-gritty of messiness and its consequences during the process of mixed methods…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Mixed Methods Research, Case Studies, Interpersonal Relationship
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Proudfoot, Kevin – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2023
Inductive/deductive hybrid thematic analysis offers significant opportunities for researchers, but its application within integrative mixed methods research has yet to be fully explored. Firstly, this article contributes by demonstrating the compatibility of inductive/deductive hybrid thematic analysis with quantitative work in a mixed methods…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Research Methodology, Logical Thinking, Philosophy
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Harris, Jamelia – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2022
Mixed methods research in developing countries has been increasing since the turn of the century. Given this, there is need to consolidate insights for future researchers. This article contributes to the methodological literature by exploring how cultural factors and logistical challenges in developing contexts interplay with mixed methods…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Developing Nations, Mixed Methods Research, Cultural Influences
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Ling, Hua Loon; Pang, Ming Fai – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2022
Despite great interest in the transformative mixed methods, an example of using vignettes in a multiphase mixed methods interventional study has been lacking. This study investigates the social justice problem of poverty in the context of financial education with Hong Kong early adolescent ethnic minority students. The discussion contributes to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Vignettes, Mixed Methods Research, Educational Research
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Whatley, Melissa; Stich, Amy E. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2022
This article demonstrates how network analysis of qualitative content can be used to build on traditional research approaches to confirm and expand prior findings and to point to fruitful directions for future research. Drawing on mixed methods research on policies and practices that improve access to study abroad at U.S. higher education…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Web Sites, Network Analysis, Content Analysis
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Kutscher, Elisabeth L.; Howard, Lionel C. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2022
A defining characteristic of mixed methods research, integration receives considerable attention in the field, yet evidence suggests that the process of integration may be challenging in practice. Crossover analyses, in which methods typically used with one data type are applied to a different data type, can deepen integration. Using an example…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, High School Students
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Leach Sankofa, Nicole – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2022
Social justice research is popular in education, but social scientists have limited emancipatory methodological procedures, especially in scale construction approaches that empower marginalized communities in defining their own lived experience. Therefore, this study develops the Transformativist Measurement Development Methodology, exemplified…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Social Science Research, Measurement Techniques, Psychometrics
Edmunds, Julie A.; Gicheva, Dora; Thrift, Beth; Hull, Marie – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2022
Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) in education are common as the design allows for an unbiased estimate of the overall impact of a program. As more RCTs are completed, researchers are also noting that an overall average impact may mask substantial variation across sites or groups of individuals. Mixed methods can provide insight and help in…
Descriptors: Randomized Controlled Trials, Mixed Methods Research, Educational Research, Online Courses
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Shim, Minjung; Johnson, Burke; Bradt, Joke; Gasson, Susan – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2021
Current literature lacks explication of how traditional grounded theory and mixed methods--grounded theory (MM-GT) are similar/different and specific explication of how to construct MM-GT designs--our purpose is to do this. We illustrate the design process using a published study. Exploratory Phase 1 involves creation of a formative-theoretical…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Grounded Theory, Models, Therapy
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NeMoyer, Amanda; Alvarez, Kiara; Mukthineni, Ravali; Tendulkar, Shalini; Alegría, Margarita – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2021
Research seeking to understand and improve social conditions for marginalized youth would benefit from merging complex mixed methods research designs emphasizing multilevel data and participatory social justice principles. We contribute to mixed methods research by introducing a novel framework that accomplishes this task and by illustrating its…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged Youth, Mixed Methods Research, Participatory Research, Photography
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Coates, Adam – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2021
Philosophical arguments are expected to provide the foundation of research and should be mentioned when reporting research. This study explores the presentation of philosophical assumptions in 1,026 mixed methods research (MMR) articles from the field of education. Eighty-one papers (7.9%) provided philosophical commitments, and 31 distinct…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Educational Research, Philosophy, Journal Articles
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