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Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research
List of Tables List of Figures Preface Purpose of This Book Audience for the Book Book Features Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Understanding Mixed Methods Research Purpose and Organization ClarifyingExpand
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Mixed Methods Research Designs in Counseling Psychology.
With the increased popularity of qualitative research, researchers in counseling psychology are expanding their methodologies to include mixed methods designs. These designs involve the collection,Expand
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The mixed methods reader
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An Alternative to Reconciling the Different Realities of Qualitative and Quantitative Research Part II.List of Editor's Introduction to Mixed Methods Research . Expand
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Understanding Research: A Consumer's Guide
PART I -- An Introduction to Research Chapter 1 -- The Process of Research: Learning How Research Is Done The Quantitative Parent Involvement Study The Qualitative Parent Role Study Chapter 2 --Expand
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The Adoption and Practice of Mixed Methods: U.S. Trends in Federally Funded Health-Related Research:
Mixed methods research that combines qualitative and quantitative approaches is an emergent method that is achieving increasing acceptance and use across disciplines. Despite the importance ofExpand
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Mixed Methods Research: A Guide to the Field
Part I: A Conceptual Framework for the Field of Mixed Methods Research Chapter 1: Why a Guide to the Field of Mixed Methods Research? Introducing a Conceptual Framework of the Field The Essence ofExpand
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Examining the cognitive processes used by adolescent girls and women scientists in identifying science role models: A feminist approach
Women remain underrepresented in science professions. Studies have shown that students are more likely to select careers when they can identify a role model in that career path. Further research hasExpand
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Mixed Methods in Biomedical and Health Services Research
Mixed-methods studies, in which qualitative1 and quantitative methods are combined in a single program of inquiry,2 are increasingly common and can be valuable in biomedical and health servicesExpand
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