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Mixed methods: The pansexuality of research

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Mixed methods: The pansexuality of research

Dr Denton Callander, Kirby Institute for Infection and Immunity in Society, Centre for Social Research in Health

It is a misconception that mixing methods is about combining qualitative and quantitative approaches to research. In fact, any project that invokes more than one way of collecting or analysing data involves mixing methods. But beyond what methods are used, decisions must be made about the sequence in which they are employed, how they inform each other (or not), their collective interpretation, and the ways in which they are presented and discussed. Ultimately, mixed methods can create a richer and more dynamic investigation, but doing so requires care. In this session, we will explore some of the different things that can be done and discuss the role that mixed methods research can play in our own work.

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Greene, J. C. (2008). Is mixed methods social inquiry a distinctive methodology? Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2(1), 7-22.

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