Six Strategies for Mixing Methods and Linking Data in Social Science Research
AbstractThis paper is written as a practical and accessible guide to some key issues in mixed methods research. It explores six broad strategies that can underpin the mixing of methods and linking of different forms of data, be they qualitative, quantitative, or spanning this divide. The paper outlines challenges and opportunities that each of the six strategies brings for mixed methods practice and analysis, giving each a verdict. [NCRM WP].
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mixed methods research; research; mixed methods; data; social science research; social science; qualitative; quantitative;
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