Reading Mixed Methods Research: Contexts for Criticism

@inproceedings{Freshwater2007ReadingMM,
  title={Reading Mixed Methods Research: Contexts for Criticism},
  author={Dawn Freshwater},
  year={2007}
}
Health and social care researchers, in their haste to ``belong'' to academia, have adopted the system of mixed methodology research, overestimating its ability to reveal the truth and occasionally imprisoning their thought in one system. In this article, some of the assumptions underpinning mixed methodology research and its discourse are subjected to an interrogative reading. Every reading is an act of criticism and every reader a critic. To read literature is to practice criticism, that is… CONTINUE READING

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