Elaboration, Generalization, Triangulation, and Interpretation: On Enhancing the Value of Mixed Method Research

@inproceedings{Gibson2017ElaborationGT,
  title={Elaboration, Generalization, Triangulation, and Interpretation: On Enhancing the Value of Mixed Method Research},
  author={Cristina B. Gibson},
  year={2017}
}
This article examines means of enhancing the value of mixed method research for organizational science. Conclusions are based on a comprehensive analysis of 69 mixed method articles published in four empirical journals between 2009 and 2014, detailed case comparison of four illustrative articles, and personal interviews with lead authors for each case. Findings provide three key contributions. First, documenting the prevalence of mixed methods over the past six years in a broad selection of… CONTINUE READING

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