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Mixed Methods Research: A Guide to the Field

Published on Sep 23, 2015
Vicki L. Plano Clark25
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Nataliya V. Ivankova13
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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 of Mixed Methods Research The Field of Mixed Methods Research The Need for a Guide for Navigating the Field of Mixed Methods Research The Socio-Ecological Framework for the Field of Mixed Methods Research Application of the Socio-Ecological Framework to a Mixed Methods Study Using the Socio-Ecological Framework to Guide This Book Chapter 2: What Is the Core of Mixed Methods Research Practice? Introducing the Mixed Methods Research Process The Role of the Mixed Methods Research Process in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About the Mixed Methods Research Process Issues and Debates About the Mixed Methods Research Process Applying the Mixed Methods Research Process in Research Practice Part II: Methodological Content Considerations for Mixed Methods Research Practice Chapter 3: What Is Mixed Methods Research? Considering How Mixed Methods Research Is Defined The Role of Definitions in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Terminology Used to Name Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives for Defining Mixed Methods Research Examples of Mixed Methods Research Definitions Issues and Debates About Definitions Applying Definitions in Mixed Methods Research Practice Chapter 4: Why Use Mixed Methods Research? Identifying Rationales for Mixing Methods The Role of Rationales in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About Rationales for Mixed Methods Research Examples of Rationales for Mixed Methods Research Issues and Debates About Rationales Applying Rationales in Mixed Methods Research Practice Chapter 5: How to Use Mixed Methods Research? Understanding the Basic Mixed Methods Designs The Role of Designs in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About Designs for Mixed Methods Research Basic Designs for Mixed Methods Research Issues and Debates About the Mixed Methods Research Designs Applying the Mixed Methods Research Designs in Research Practice Chapter 6: How to Expand the Use of Mixed Methods Research? Intersecting Mixed Methods With Other Approaches The Role of Advanced Applications of Designs in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About Advanced Applications of Designs for Mixed Methods Research Examples of Advanced Mixed Methods Designs Issues and Debates About Intersecting Mixed Methods With Other Approaches Applying Advanced Applications of Designs in Mixed Methods Research Practice Chapter 7: How to Assess Mixed Methods Research? Considering Mixed Methods Research Quality The Role of Quality in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About Quality for Mixed Methods Research Examples of Quality for Mixed Methods Research Issues and Debates About Quality in Mixed Methods Research Applying Quality in Mixed Methods Research Practice Part III: Contexts That Shape Mixed Methods Research Practice Chapter 8: How Do Personal Contexts Shape Mixed Methods? Considering Philosophical, Theoretical, and Experiential Foundations for Mixed Methods Research The Role of Personal Contexts in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About Personal Contexts for Mixed Methods Research Stances About Personal Contexts for Mixed Methods Research Issues and Debates About Personal Contexts and Mixed Methods Research Applying Personal Contexts in Mixed Methods Research Practice Chapter 9: How Do Interpersonal Contexts Shape Mixed Methods? Considering Interactions With Research Participants, Teams, and Reviewers in Mixed Methods Research The Role of Interpersonal Contexts in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About Interpersonal Contexts for Mixed Methods Research Examples of Addressing Interpersonal Contexts in Mixed Methods Research Practice Issues and Debates About Interpersonal Contexts and Mixed Methods Research Applying Interpersonal Contexts in Mixed Methods Research Practice Chapter 10: How Do Social Contexts Shape Mixed Methods? Considering Institutional, Disciplinary, and Societal Influences on Mixed Methods Research The Role of Social Contexts in the Field of Mixed Methods Research Major Perspectives About Social Contexts for Mixed Methods Research Considering the Status of Mixed Methods Research Within Social Contexts Issues and Debates About Social Contexts and Mixed Methods Research Applying Social Contexts in Mixed Methods Research Practice Part IV: Concluding Thoughts Chapter 11: Where Is Mixed Methods Research Headed? Applying the Field in Your Mixed Methods Research Practice Utility of Our Socio-Ecological Framework to Guide Your Mixed Methods Research Practice Applying the Framework: Understanding the Messiness of Mixed Methods Research Applying the Framework: Implementing Your Mixed Methods Research Studies Applying the Framework: Developing Your Expertise in Mixed Methods Research Applying the Framework: Future Developments in Mixed Methods Research
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