Articles - Qualitative and Mixed Methods
- Observation (1)
- Computer Solutions (6)
- Data Visualization (2)
- Funding (1)
- Interviewing (2)
- Photography (1)
- Epistemology (8)
- Policy (2)
- Measurement (4)
- Ethnography (5)
- Youth (2)
- Generalization (3)
- Validity (7)
- Analysis (40)
- Sampling Issues (11)
- Research Design (31)
- Quantitative Methods (10)
- Qualitative and Mixed Methods (55)
- Reliability (9)
- Coding (11)
Behavior Sampling and Ethnography: Complementary Methods for Understanding Home-School Connections among Latino Immigrant Families
Description: Used ethnography and experience-sampling methods to study the relations between home activities and school achievement in a sample of low-income Latino immigrant families and their 10-11 year-old children at risk for low school achievement.
The Integration of Fieldwork and Survey Methods
Description: Describes history and rationale for integrating fieldwork and survey methods and the nature of how traditional approaches will need to be adapted for practical applications.
Toward a Definition of Mixed Methods Research
Description: Examines the definition of the emerging mixed methods research field.
Mapping the Field of Mixed Methods Research
Description: Terrific survey of what’s happening in the mixed methods literature and mixed methods field.
Managing Data in CAQDAS
Description: A thorough narrative discussion of the use and issue related to computer assisted qualitative data analysis.
Systematic Field Observation
Description: Discusses the history and types of field observation methods from a sociological perspective.
Reasoning With Numbers
Description: Presents a comprehensive set of techniques for representing the world through numbers and argues that there are many things to be missed when neglecting these approaches.
Using Mixed-Methods Sequential Explanatory Design: From Theory to Practice
Description: Discusses procedural issues related to mixed-methods in a sequential (quant then qual) design.
EthnoNotes: An Internet-based Fieldnote Management Tool
Description: Introduces and describes the EthnoNotes system for managing, coding, analyzing, and presenting the results of mixed methods research
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.