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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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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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Bash, Kirstie L.; Howell Smith, Michelle C.; Trantham, Pam S. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2021
The use of advanced quantitative methods within mixed methods research has been investigated in a limited capacity. In particular, hierarchical linear models are a popular approach to account for multilevel data, such as students within schools, but its use and value as the quantitative strand in a mixed methods study remains unknown. This article…
Descriptors: Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Mixed Methods Research, Research Design, Statistical Analysis
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Headley, Marcia Gail; Plano Clark, Vicki L. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Many research problems in social science involve multilevel phenomena. However, discussions about multilevel research designs are limited in the mixed methods (MM) literature. Building on early writings in the field, this methodological discussion advances a refined definition of a multilevel MM research design. The refinement emerges from a…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Research Design, Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Educational Research
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Howell Smith, Michelle C.; Babchuk, Wayne A.; Stevens, Jared; Garrett, Amanda L.; Wang, Sherry C.; Guetterman, Timothy C. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Mixed methods-grounded theory (MM-GT) has emerged as a promising methodology that intersects the value of mixed methods with rigorous qualitative design. However, recent reviews have found that MM-GT empirical studies tend to lack procedural details. The purpose of this article is to apply the "best practices" for conducting MM-GT in a…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Grounded Theory, Best Practices, Educational Research
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Sanscartier, Matthew D. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Acknowledging and navigating "mess" are clear priorities in the mixed methods literature. Mess enters the mixed methods process in two interrelated ways. The first is empirically, where quantitative and qualitative findings diverge or contrast rather than cohere; the second is through design, where research contexts demand unplanned…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Researchers, Research Methodology, Story Telling
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Ghiara, Virginia – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
In the mixed methods research (MMR) literature, the term paradigm is used in a number of ways to support very different accounts. This article aims to contribute to the ongoing dialogue about the relationship between MMR and paradigms by analyzing two main claims discussed in the literature: (a) MMR is a new paradigm and (b) MMR mixes different…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Epistemology, Models, Research Design
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Hitchcock, John H.; Onwuegbuzie, Anthony J. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Onwuegbuzie and Hitchcock (2015) provided an initial framework for conceptualizing and conducting advanced-level mixed analysis approaches. In the present article, we build on these efforts by altering the framework to focus on crossover analyses, which might help analysts see the various component steps that can go into crossover analyses and…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Models, Ethnography, Data Analysis
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Cronenberg, Stephanie – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Conceptual stances provide guidance to the mixed methods researcher as he or she makes decisions throughout the research process, including determining the dimensions of integration or levels at which mixing occurs. Only the dialectic conceptual stance specifically encourages mixing at the abstract paradigmatic level. This article outlines four…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Models, Philosophy, Data Analysis
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Yousefi Nooraie, Reza; Sale, Joanna E. M.; Marin, Alexandra; Ross, Lori E. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
A quantitative approach to social network analysis involves the application of mathematical and statistical techniques and graphical presentation of results. Nonetheless--as with all sciences--subjectivity is an integral aspect of network analysis, manifested in the selection of measures to describe connection patterns and actors' positions (e.g.,…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Network Analysis, Visualization, Social Structure
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Bhuyan, Md. Rashed; Zhang, Ye – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Mixed methods research (MMR) is useful for addressing complex and multidisciplinary urban problems. This article demonstrates an integrated MMR approach with a novel two-phase exploratory sequential design while studying play, play space, and children's (age 7-15 years) location preference for play in three residential areas in Dhaka. We used…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mixed Methods Research, Urban Problems, Play
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Camacho, Sayil – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
This study details the research practices that were developed to operationalize the guiding principles of the transformative mixed methods design. A transformative, explanatory-sequential mixed methods design was utilized to examine the workplace experiences of academic migrants and findings from the study supported better work conditions for the…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Self Concept, Migrants, Social Justice
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Walton, Janet B.; Plano Clark, Vicki L.; Foote, Lori A.; Johnson, Carla C. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Practical guidance for navigating issues associated with combining mixed methods and case study research approaches is in short supply, particularly for novice researchers who may grapple with numerous decision points in planning and conducting such studies. This methodological discussion examines the decision-making process used in a…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Mixed Methods Research, Doctoral Dissertations, Decision Making
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Stolz, Jörg; Lindemann, Anaïd – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
Despite tremendous interest in social games and game studies, the potential of game heuristics for the field of mixed methods remains unknown. This article introduces game heuristics to mixed methods research, showing how it was used in a specific study on the survival probabilities on the "Titanic." Specifically, we describe how game…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Heuristics, Mixed Methods Research, Inferences
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Harrison, Robert L.; Reilly, Timothy M.; Creswell, John W. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2020
As mixed methods continues to grow as a discipline, work to define what constitutes quality mixed methods research has become an emergent conversation. While progress has been made in this area, there has been some debate as to what quality entails and how to achieve it. This article contributes to mixed methods by highlighting the importance of…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Difficulty Level, Definitions, Best Practices
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