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Morgan, David L. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2018
Recently, a debate has arisen around what can be called the "indistinguishability thesis," that is, the claim that it is impossible to distinguish between qualitative and quantitative research. In contrast, this article argues that the inability to define simple, sharp boundaries around qualitative and quantitative research does not…
Descriptors: Research Problems, Ambiguity (Context), Qualitative Research, Mixed Methods Research
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Zhou, Xiaodi; Hall, Jori N. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2018
While writing from a qualitative tradition often occurs in first person and from a quantitative tradition often occurs in third person, the pros and cons of voice in mixed methods research needs consideration. This article argues for more inclusion of the first-person in such writing, particularly as evidence for the researcher's claims, as a way…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Writing (Composition), Form Classes (Languages), Academic Discourse
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Fauser, Margit – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2018
This article discusses the use of mixed methods design for transnational migration research. It draws on two currently expanding strategies that can form part of an integrated framework that reveals multiple complementary perspectives: (a) the incorporation of quantitative data and methods in what has been a largely qualitative field and (b) the…
Descriptors: Immigration, Public Policy, Mixed Methods Research, Migration Patterns
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Gamlen, Alan; McIntyre, Chris – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2018
Growing numbers of researchers are using mixed methods to study migration, often highlighting the practical reasons connected with policy engagement. However, in this article we emphasize epistemological and theoretical rather than purely practical reasons for using mixed methods in the study of migration. Specifically, we argue that mixed methods…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Public Policy, Epistemology, Theories
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da Costa, Laura; Remedios, Richard – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2014
Achievement goal theory is one of the most popular theories of achievement motivation. Techniques researchers have used to assess goals include standardized questionnaires and interviews. One curious finding is that participants whose self-report questionnaire responses strongly indicate they operate with a performance goal do not make performance…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Goal Orientation, Questionnaires, Interviews
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Hesse-Biber, Sharlene; Griffin, Amy J. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2013
This article provides an examination of a range of mixed methods research projects that employ Internet-mediated technologies (IMT) for data collection. Using a case study approach, this article allows for the uncovering of a process by which IMT are used as a data collection medium in mixed methods praxis. Under the theoretical position of medium…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Internet, Information Technology, Data Collection
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Heyvaert, Mieke; Hannes, Karin; Maes, Bea; Onghena, Patrick – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2013
In several subdomains of the social, behavioral, health, and human sciences, research questions are increasingly answered through mixed methods studies, combining qualitative and quantitative evidence and research elements. Accordingly, the importance of including those primary mixed methods research articles in systematic reviews grows. It is…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Qualitative Research, Statistical Analysis, Quality Control
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Hemmings, Annette; Beckett, Gulbahar; Kennerly, Susan; Yap, Tracey – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2013
This article explicates the intragroup social dynamics and work of a nursing and education research team as a community of research practice interested in organizational cultures and occupational subcultures. Dynamics were characterized by processes of socialization through reeducation and group social identity formation that enabled members to…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Mixed Methods Research, Interdisciplinary Approach, Group Dynamics
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Hesse-Biber, Sharlene – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2012
This article explores the deployment of triangulation in the service of uncovering subjugated knowledge and promoting social change for women and other oppressed groups. Feminist approaches to mixed methods praxis create a tight link between the research problem and the research design. An analysis of selected case studies of feminist praxis…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Research Methodology, Mixed Methods Research, Feminism
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Harrits, Gitte Sommer – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2011
This article challenges the idea that mixed methods research (MMR) constitutes a coherent research paradigm and explores how different research paradigms exist within MMR. Tracing paradigmatic differences at the level of methods, ontology, and epistemology, two MMR strategies are discussed: nested analysis, recently presented by the American…
Descriptors: Models, Research Methodology, Epistemology, Hermeneutics
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Leech, Nancy L.; Dellinger, Amy B.; Brannagan, Kim B.; Tanaka, Hideyuki – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2010
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate application of a new framework, the validation framework (VF), to assist researchers in evaluating mixed research studies. Based on an earlier work by Dellinger and Leech, a description of the VF is delineated. Using the VF, three studies from education, health care, and counseling fields are…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Researchers, Research Methodology, Research Reports
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Townsend, Lisa; Floersch, Jerry; Findling, Robert L. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2010
Adolescents are routinely treated with psychiatric medications; however, little is known about their attitudes toward pharmacological intervention. The authors used a concurrent triangulation, mixed methods design to assess whether the Drug Attitude Inventory (DAI), developed for adults, is suitable for measuring adolescent attitudes toward…
Descriptors: Adolescent Attitudes, Adolescents, Drug Therapy, Attitude Measures
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Alise, Mark A.; Teddlie, Charles – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2010
A new line of research has emerged that examines the prevalence rates of mixed methods within disciplines in the social/behavioral sciences. Research presented in this article is unique in that it examines prevalence rates across multiple disciplines using an established cross-disciplinary classification scheme. Results indicate that there are…
Descriptors: Methods Research, Models, Incidence, Classification
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Wheeldon, J. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2010
This article explores how concept maps and mind maps can be used as data collection tools in mixed methods research to combine the clarity of quantitative counts with the nuance of qualitative reflections. Based on more traditional mixed methods approaches, this article details how the use of pre/post concept maps can be used to design qualitative…
Descriptors: Concept Mapping, Methods Research, Maps, Data Collection
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Christ, Thomas W. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2009
Teaching mixed methods research is difficult. This longitudinal explanatory study examined how two classes were designed, taught, and evaluated. Curriculum, Research, and Teaching (EDCS-606) and Mixed Methods Research (EDCS-780) used a research proposal generation process to highlight the importance of the purpose, research question and…
Descriptors: Concept Mapping, Methods Research, Research Proposals, Evaluation
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