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Wiggins, Noelle; Hughes, Adele; Rodriguez, Adriana; Potter, Catherine; Rios-Campos, Teresa – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2014
Increasing recognition of the role of social conditions in health has led to calls for methods that can be used to change social conditions. Popular education has demonstrated great promise as a methodology that can be used to address the underlying social and structural determinants of health. To date, most studies of popular education have used…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Social Environment, Health, Popular Education
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Arnon, Sara; Reichel, Nirit – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2009
Combining diverse methods in a single study raises a problem: What should be done when the findings of one method of investigation conflict with those of another? We illustrate this problem using an example in which three study phases--quantitative, qualitative, and intervention--were applied. The findings coming from the quantitative phase did…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Intervention, Telephone Surveys, Teacher Attitudes