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"It premieres the most adept researchers in the field who have bravely and soundly followed mixed methodology approaches."
"Excellent book for students gaining a masters or doctorial degree."
Gives very good insight into the use and understanding of the mixed methods approach
A very comprehensive book that addresses all aspects of mixed methods. It offers practical step-by-step guidance along with considerations that must be addressed when implementing a mixed method approach to your research. The authors experience of incorporating such approaches to their own researcher and the lessons that they have learned is invaluable. For doctorial students and established researchers alike, it is an excellent point of reference (and reflection!).
This edition can provide my students with a very good guide in the topical areas of Mixed Methods Research.
Already one very similar on different module
One of the must read mixed methods books available. I especially like how the authors reference key readings in the content sections. Especially the chapters on pragmatism, triangulation, purposes, design also the entire PART II are must read. I find chapter 9 a little bit weak as it can be further supported by readings such as Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Teddlie, C. (2003). A framework for analyzing data in mixed methods research. In A. Tashakkori & C. Teddlie (Eds.), Handbook of mixed methods in social and behavioral research (pp. 351–383). Thousand Oaks, CA: sage.
This reader is a helpful start for those finding their way with mixed methods research.
Not as detailed as Creswell/Plano Clark book but will use perhaps in future classes.
Excellent text that provide a detailed overview of the research philosophy and approaches mixed methods
Another example of good information on an accepted research method that would be a useful addition to any research students 'library'
An excellenent source of up to date literature on mixed methods for PG students. Will use as highly recommended if not not essential of students wishing to embark on a mixed methods research design. Gives a complete overview of views on mixed methods applications with enough examples to make sense of this 'new' methodology.
Is probably a little more detailed about a specific methodology than the broad based course we teach our masters students
Don't want to add another book
A very good guide for mixed methods research
course design is more qualitative now.
This book is recommended reading for researchers and students who wish to embark on a mixed methods research design and would like to understand how the mixed methods typologies translate into actual research studies. It is also recommended that this text should be read in conjunction to Cresswell's (2011) Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research although the latter updates some of the typologies mentioned in the Mixed Methods reader.
Insightful and informative. Recommended reading reading for my MSW students.
T he reader covers a variety of mixed methods applications.
For my class, I Needed more introductory level explanations of separate methods before turning to combined methods.