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Journal of Mixed Methods Research
Description: Recently established journal that focuses on empirical, methodological, and theoretical articles about mixed methods research across the social, behavioral, health, and human sciences.
Cultural Consensus Theory: Applications and Frequently Asked Questions
Description: Introduces how consensus theory can be used to estimate culturally appropriate/correct answers when answers are unknown regarding the variation in cultural knowledge.
Managing Data in CAQDAS
Description: A thorough narrative discussion of the use and issue related to computer assisted qualitative data analysis.
Making Sense of Qualitative Data: Complementary Research Strategies
Description: Describes and illustrates a number of key, complementary approaches to qualitative data and offers practical advice on the many ways to analyze data.
Research design issues for mixed method and mixed model studies
Description: Discusses the concept of triangulation from various perspectives and the variety of approaches to implementing mixed methods research.
Children of the 1960s at Midlife: Generational Identity and the Family Adaptive Project
Description: Using ethnographic methods, describes the midlife experiences of a counter-culture population.
Content Analysis of Words in Brief Descriptions: How Mothers and Fathers Describe Their Children
Description: Content analysis of parent descriptions of their children toward understanding parental perceptions and attitudes regarding their adolescent children.
Discovering Successful Pathways in Children's Development: New Methods in the Study of Childhood and Family Life
Description: Variety of chapters illustrating the value of qual, quant, and ethnographic methods.
What Good is Polarizing Research into Qualitative and Quantitative?
Description: The authors argue against a polarization between qualitative and quantitative methods and the associated polarization between “subjective” and “objective” evidence.
Making it work: Low-wage Employment, Family Life, and Child Development
Description: Looks past the economic statistics to illustrate how different employment trajectories affect the social and emotional lives of poor women and their children.