Measure Twice and Cut Once: A Review of Clark and Creswell’s Mixed Methods ReaderThe Qualitative Report
AbstractThe Mixed Methods Reader is an edited book that presents the reader with a synthesized introduction to the philosophy, history, methodology and practice of mixed methods research. The first section presents the reader with a series of 14 foundational articles, with a second section presenting nine carefully chosen exemplar articles demonstrating best practices in the field. The editors did a remarkable job in combining theory and application with the inclusion of a framework throughout the text which includes discussion questions, visual diagrams and introductory comments for each article. This creates a synthesis and ease of use that guarantees this text to be a classic for years to come.
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Citation InformationSteven R. Terrell. "Measure Twice and Cut Once: A Review of Clark and Creswell’s Mixed Methods Reader" (2009) p. 78 - 81
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