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Mixed Methods in Social Inquiry
A MIXED METHODS WAY OF THINKING for Social Inquiry . Expand
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Toward a Conceptual Framework for Mixed-Method Evaluation Designs
In recent years evaluators of educational and social programs have expanded their methodological repertoire with designs that include the use of both qualitative and quantitative methods. SuchExpand
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Is Mixed Methods Social Inquiry a Distinctive Methodology?
This article addresses the merits of and warrants for considering mixed methods social inquiry as a distinctive methodology. In each of four methodological domains—philosophy, methodology, practicalExpand
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Qualitative Data Analysis and Interpretation
Miles and Huberman’s 1984 “sourcebook” presents a wide-ranging, creative set of ideas and strategies for analyzing qualitative evaluation/research data. Expand
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Understanding hunger and developing indicators to assess it in women and children
Abstract The lack of an operational definition for hunger has been frequently cited as a barrier to progress in addressing the problem. The purposes of this research were to develop an understandingExpand
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Handbook of communication and social interaction skills
Contents: J.M. Wiemann, Foreword. J.O. Greene, B.R. Burleson, Preface. Part I:General Theoretical and Methodological Issues. S.R. Wilson, C.M. Sabee, Explicating Communicative Competence as aExpand
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Data Analysis Strategies for Mixed-Method Evaluation Designs
Four integrative data analysis strategies for mixed-method evaluation designs are derived from and illustrated by empirical practice: data transformation, typology development, extreme case analysis,Expand
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Stakeholder Participation and Utilization in Program Evaluation
Field data from two case study evaluations are used to describe a set of dynamic linkages between stakeholder participation and utilization in program evaluation. Key elements of the participatoryExpand
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Defining and describing the paradigm issue in mixed‐method evaluation
Current stances on mixing methods and paradigms are described and critiqued. Expand
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Advances in mixed-method evaluation : the challenges and benefits of integrating diverse paradigms
Evaluation theory and practice today are characteristically pluralistic, embracing diverse perspectives, methods, data, and values within and across studies that aim to generate more insightful andExpand
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