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Mixed Methods research and Design

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lanston tanyi

on 11 March 2013

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Mixed Methods Research and Design By: Lanston Tanyi 6 types of Mixed Methods 7 Steps in conducting a mix method. Ethical Issues 7 steps in conducting a mix method Embedded Design Convergent Parallel Design Exploratory Sequential Design Explanatory Sequential Design What you Need to Know Mixed Methods Useful Information Mixed Method... Mixed Methods are more acceptable in the scholarly world than pure qualitative data. Can be difficult because it demands a comprehension of qualitative and quantitative data. 1. Is the most popular form of mixed Methods designs in education. It uses both quantitative and qualitative data, with one form of data following and informing the other. 2. The purpose of Convergent Parallel Design is to simultaneously collect both quantitative and qualitative data, merge the data, and use the results to understand a research problem Mixed methods has typical ethical issues from both Qualitative and Quantitative research. 4. Develop Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mix methods questions. is not simply putting together qualitative and quantitative methods. It is merging, linking and integrating the two. 3. The Exploratory Sequential Design first gathers qualitative data to explore a phenomenon, and then collects quantitative data to explain the relationship found in qualitative data. 4. The Embedded Design collects quantitative and qualitative design sequentially or simultaneously, but has one form of data to play a supportive role to the other form of data. 5. The Transformative Design uses one of the previous 4 designs with a transformative lens. Qualitative ethical issues are avoiding deceptive practices, respecting vulnerable populations, being aware of potential power issues in data collection, just to name a few. Quantitative ethical issues are related to obtaining permissions, protecting anonymity of respondents, not distributing sites, and communicating the purpose of the study. 1. Determine if a Mixed Method study is feasible.

2. Identify a rationale for mixing the method.

3. Identify a data collection strategy. is a procedure for collecting, analyzing and mixing both quantitative and qualitative research. is used when one method cannot get a point across. 6. Multiphase Design also uses one of the previous 4 methods but it examines a topic through a series of phases. 5. Collect quantitative and Qualitative Data 6. Analyze data separately, concurrently, or both 7. Write the report as One- or Two-Phase Study or a Multiple-Phase study. Bibliography Creswell, John W.. "Mixed Method and Design." Educational research: planning, conducting, and evaluating quantitative and qualitative research. 4h ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall, 2008. 534- 575. Print. Notation system for Mixed Methods + Plus sign indicates simultaneous collection of quantitative and qualitative data. UPPERCASE LETTERS indicate a priority for either qualitative or quantitative data. lowercase letters indicate a lower priority for the data. For an example; QUAL + QUAN means the research places equal emphasis on qualitative and quantitative. Left Arrow key shows the sequential collection of qualitative and quantitative.
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