mixed methods research

mix·ed meth·ods re·search

(mikst meth'uds rĕ'sĕrch)
An investigative technique that reports both quantitative and qualitative data.
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They explain the nature of business research, including the definition of scholarly literature, how to develop a research question, and how to use theory; methodology and methods; the project proposal; collecting quantitative, qualitative, and ethnographic data; case study research; lesson common methods of collecting data, such as social network analysis, mixed methods research, action research, crowdsourcing, and participant and non-participant observation; ensuring data saturation; analyzing data; and writing the report.
Mixed methods research can help investigators fully capture the complex interactions among system components, including interactions among multiple levels of analysis and over time.
The trend in mixed methods research studies in music therapy as seen within the research and PhD cultures of most leading research universities; but particularly the two to which Denise Grocke has made an enormous contribution at The University of Melbourne, and Aalborg University; shows a big emphasis upon considering individual case study difference.
In this mixed methods research, a total of nine focus groups were conducted at a public elementary school in a large Midwestern city with a student population that was predominantly low income and African American.
Mixed methods research combines the strengths of quantitative research and qualitative research.
mixed methods research, research to practice, qualitative research
Mixed methods research--literally diverse--is explored by Roslyn Cameron, who outlines the breadth of mixed methods research and its place within the field and presents samples drawn from the journal.
It includes a new chapter on mixed methods research.
Published in the Journal of Mixed Methods Research, the study suggests that several issues specific to the Navy contribute to problem drinking, including the youth of recruits, alternating periods of exertion and boredom, and a culture that emphasizes drinking as a mechanism for bonding, recreation, and stress relief.
Based on this experience, I agree with the statement of Terrie Wetle, PhD, one of the book's co-authors, that "qualitative and mixed methods research strategies provide us with useful tools for developing a deeper understanding of (people's) beliefs, behaviors and health conditions.
Advanced Mixed Methods Research Designs, in Tashakkori, A.
Among their topics are paradigms and philosophies, mixed methods research, longitudinal research, ethnography, feminist research, symbolic interactionism, quasi-experimental design, measurement instruments, questionnaire construction, and the presentation and discussion of results.