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The Mixed Methods Reader
Description: Collection of "classic" publications on mixed methods research.
Mixed Methods in Social Inquiry
Description: A comprehensive overview of mixed methods research.
A Guide to the Use of Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) in Assessing Intervention Effects: The Promise of Multiple Methods [Brochure]
Description: Presents a schematic illustration of issues and rationale in whether and how to address policy and research questions via multiple method research design.
Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: Insights into Design and Analysis Issues
Description: Discusses issues of design, sampling, and analysis in mixed methods research.
Integrating Survey and Ethnographic Methods for Systematic Anomalous Case Analysis
Description: How the salience of research findings can be enhanced by combining survey and ethnographic methods to draw insight from anomalous cases.
Toward a Unified Validation Framework in Mixed Methods Research
Description: Offers a validation framework to guide thinking about validation in mixed methods work.
Lessons Learned for Teaching Mixed Research: A Framework for Novice Researchers
Description: A concise description of key steps in the mixed research process.
Designing Qualitative Studies
Description: Practical guide to study design with good attention to taxonomy of research approaches by purpose and sampling issues.
A Mixed Methods Investigation of Mixed Methods Sampling Designs in Social and Health Science Research
Description: Presents a two-dimensional model (time orientation—concurrent vs. sequential and the relationship between the qualitative and quantitative samples—identical, nested, multilevel, and parallel) for classifying mixed methods studies sampling designs.