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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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Schrauf, Robert W. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2018
Mixed methods, cross-cultural designs are a special case of the more general, mixed methods between-groups designs. The defining feature of mixed methods is the principled integration of qualitative and quantitative approaches, and cross-cultural comparison is premised on the systematic collection and analysis of data from two or more cultural…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Mixed Methods Research, Comparative Analysis, Data Collection
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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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Kaczmarczyk, Pawel; Salamonska, Justyna – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2018
This article addresses ethnosurvey methodology, a combination of ethnographic and survey research in migrant origin and destination countries, that is designed to elucidate a better understanding of the multiple facets of migration processes. First, the article reviews the utility of ethnosurvey methodology for researching contemporary migration.…
Descriptors: Immigration, Surveys, Foreign Countries, Ethnography
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Collins, Harry; Evans, Robert – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2017
By distinguishing between a survey and--a newly introduced term--a "probe," we recast the relationship between qualitative and quantitative approaches to social science. The difference turns on the "uniformity" of the phenomenon being examined. Uniformity is a fundamental idea underlying all scientific research but is rarely…
Descriptors: Surveys, Qualitative Research, Statistical Analysis, Social Science Research
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Spector, Anya Y.; Pinto, Rogério M. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2017
Health and social service practitioners have not readily incorporated research-based behavioral interventions in HIV prevention practice due to lack of awareness, lack of training, and challenges translating research findings into practice. Practitioners' involvement in research is associated with their willingness to use research to guide…
Descriptors: Health Services, Research, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Prevention
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McKim, Courtney A. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2017
The purpose of this explanatory mixed methods study was to examine the perceived value of mixed methods research for graduate students. The quantitative phase was an experiment examining the effect of a passage's methodology on students' perceived value. Results indicated students scored the mixed methods passage as more valuable than those who…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Educational Benefits, Graduate Students, Scores
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Nielsen, Karina; Randall, Raymond; Christensen, Karl B. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2017
A mixed methods approach was applied to examine the effects of a naturally occurring teamwork intervention supported with training. The first objective was to integrate qualitative process evaluation and quantitative effect evaluation to examine "how" and "why" the training influence intervention outcomes. The intervention (N =…
Descriptors: Teamwork, Training, Quasiexperimental Design, Mixed Methods Research
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Shammas, Diane – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2017
Using a mixed methods approach, the researcher gathered a set of narrative responses from focus groups that supported the claim of underreporting campus discrimination on a survey. Multiple studies have shown that underrepresented minority students are likely to bond with same-ethnic peers in a racially tense campus climate. This mixed method is a…
Descriptors: Arabs, North Americans, Muslims, Community Colleges
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Schindler, Laura A.; Burkholder, Gary J. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2016
The purpose of this mixed methods sequential explanatory study was to explore how specific dimensions of supervisor support (mentoring, coaching, social support, and task support) influence the transfer of learned knowledge and skills to the job. Quantitative data were collected from employees (N = 48) who develop curriculum at an educational…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Sequential Approach, Transfer of Training, Prior Learning
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Schoonenboom, Judith – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2016
Educational innovations often involve intact subgroups, such as school classes or university departments. In small-scale educational evaluation research, typically involving 1 to 20 subgroups, differences among these subgroups are often neglected. This article presents a mixed method from a qualitative perspective, in which differences among…
Descriptors: Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Mixed Methods Research, Differences, Groups
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Casey, Dympna; O'Hara, Mary Clare; Meehan, Ben; Byrne, Molly; Dinneen, Sean F.; Murphy, Kathy – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2016
Aim: To explain the factors affecting glycemic control (measured by HbA1c) following the Dose Adjustment for Normal Eating (DAFNE) program. Background: DAFNE is a structured education program designed to assist persons with type 1 diabetes mellitus achieve optimal glycemic control. However, not all participants reach this goal. Few studies…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mixed Methods Research, Diabetes, Health Education
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Cooper, Joseph N.; Hall, Jori – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2016
The purpose of this article is to describe how a mixed methods approach was employed to acquire a better understanding of Black male student athletes' experiences at a historically Black college/university in the southeastern United States. A concurrent triangulation design was incorporated to allow different data sources to be collected and…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Males, College Students, African American Students
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Fitzpatrick, Kate R. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2016
Although the mixing of quantitative and qualitative data is an essential component of mixed methods research, the process of integrating both types of data in meaningful ways can be challenging. The purpose of this article is to describe the use of data labels in mixed methods research as a technique for the integration of qualitative and…
Descriptors: Music Education, Mixed Methods Research, Focus Groups, Surveys
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Garner, Johny T. – Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2015
Organizational communication processes are complex, but all too often, researchers oversimplify the study of these processes by relying on a single method. Particularly when scholars and practitioners partner together to solve organizational problems, meaningful results require methodological flexibility and diversity. As an exemplar of the fit…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Organizational Communication, Scholarship, Surveys
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