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Mixed Methods
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Description

Mixed and multi method approaches are increasingly common in the social sciences. Whilst much has been written about the justification, design and benefit of mixed methods, there is correspondingly little published empirical research which rigorously employs such approaches. In this interactive session, we will consider what mixed and multi methods approaches are, when you might use them, and - most importantly - start to think about how you can integrate quantitative and qualitative data (a) across a series of studies and (b) within a single study.

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Objectives
  • To define key aspects of mixed and multi methods approaches, and describe their applicability within your research
  • To identify research questions appropriate for mixed methods approaches
  • To be able to describe key considerations in combining qualitative and quantitative data
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Theme
Elements of Social Science Research

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