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Bibliografická citace

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Thousand Oaks : Sage, c2007
xviii, 275 s. : il. ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-1-4129-2792-5 (brož.)
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List of Tables xi // List of Figures xiii // Preface xv // Purpose of This Book xv // Audience for the Book xvi // Book Features xvi // Acknowledgments xvii // Chapter 1. Understanding Mixed Methods Research 1 // Purpose and Organization 2 // Clarifying Terms 4 // What Is Mixed Methods Research? 5 // The Name 5 // Quantitative and Qualitative Data 6 // Mixing the Data 7 // Single or Multiple Studies 8 // The Central Premise of the Definition 8 // Studies That Fit Our Definition 10 // Studies in the Gray Areas 11 // The Importance of Mixed Methods Research 13 // A Brief History 13 // Formative Period 13 // Paradigm Debate Period 15 // Procedural Developments 15 // Recent Indicators of Interest 16 // Summary 18 // Activities 19 // Additional Resources to Examine 19 // Chapter 2. Examining Preliminary Considerations 20 // Consider Worldview Stances 21 // Different Worldviews or Paradigms 21 // Worldviews and Mixed Methods Research 26 // Stance 1: There is one “best”paradigm or worldview // that fits mixed methods research 26 // Stance 2: Researchers can use multiple paradigms // or worldviews in their mixed methods study 27 // Stance 3: Worldviews relate to the type of mixed methods // design and may vary depending on the type of design 27 // The Basics of Quantitative and Qualitative Research 28 // Research Problems Addressed by Mixed Methods 31 // A Need Exists for Both Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches 32 // A Need Exists to Enhance the Study With a Second Source of Data 33 // A Need Exists to Explain the Quantitative Results 34 // A Need Exists to First Explore Qualitatively 34 // Summary 35 // Activities 35 // Additional Resources to Examine 36 // Chapter 3- Locating and Reviewing Mixed Methods Studies 38 // Searching for and Reviewing Mixed Methods Studies 39 // Use Search Terms 39 // Are the Studies Mixed Methods Research? 39 // A Mixed Methods Notation System and Visual Diagrams 40 //
Four Examples of Mixed Methods Studies 41 // Study A: Collecting Both Quantitative and Qualitative Data // at the Same Time to Understand a Problem (Jenkins, 2001) 44 // Study B: Using Qualitative Data in an Experiment // (Rogers, Day, Randall, & Bentall, 2003) 45 // Study C: Explaining Quantitative Results With // Qualitative Data (Aldridge, Fraser, & Huang, 1999) 48 // Study D: Exploring Qualitatively to Develop a // Quantitative Instrument (Myers & Oetzel, 2003) 50 // Similarities and Differences Among the Sample Studies 54 // Summary 56 // Activities 57 // Additional Resources to Examine 57 // Chapter 4. Choosing a Mixed Methods Design 58 // Classifications of Mixed Methods Designs 59 // The Four Major Types of Mixed Methods Designs 59 // The Triangulation Design 62 // Triangulation Design Procedures 62 // Variants of the Triangulation Design 64 // Strengths of the Triangulation Design 66 // Challenges in Using the Triangulation Design 66 // The Embedded Design 67 // Embedded Design Procedures 67 // Variants of the Embedded Design 69 // Strengths of the Embedded Design 70 // Challenges in Using the Embedded Design 70 // The Explanatory Design 71 // Explanatory Design Procedures 72 // Variants of the Explanatory Design 72 // Strengths of the Explanatory Design 74 // Challenges in Using the Explanatory Design 74 // The Exploratory Design 75 // Exploratory Design Procedures 77 // Variants of the Exploratory Design 77 // Strengths of the Exploratory Design 78 // Challenges in Using the Exploratory Design 78 // Selecting a Type of Mixed Methods Design 79 // The Timing Decision 81 // The Weighting Decision 81 // The Mixing Decision 83 // Merging Data Sets 83 // Embedding Data at the Design Level 83 // Connecting From Data Analysis to Data Collection 83 // Implementing the Design Decisions 84 // Writing a Paragraph to Identify a Study’s Design 86 // Summary 86 // Activities 87 // Additional Resources to Examine 88 //
Chapter 5- Introducing a Mixed Methods Study 89 // Writing a Mixed Methods Title 90 // Qualitative and Quantitative Titles 90 // Mixed Methods Titles 91 // Stating the Problem in the Introduction 94 // Structure of a “Statement of the Problem” Section 94 // Integrate Mixed Methods Into the Statement of the Problem 95 // The Purpose Statement 97 // Qualitative and Quantitative Purpose Statements 97 // Mixed Methods Purpose Statements 98 // Research Questions and Hypotheses 103 // Qualitative Questions and Quantitative Questions and Hypotheses 103 Mixed Methods Research Questions 105 // Summary 107 // Activities 108 // Additional Resources to Examine 109 // Chapter 6. Collecting Data in Mixed Methods Research 110 // Procedures in Qualitative and Quantitative Data Collection 111 // Sampling Procedures 112 // Permissions Needed 113 // Information to Be Collected 114 // Recording the Data 115 // Administering the Data Collection 116 // Data Collection in Mixed Methods Designs 116 // Concurrent Data Collection Issues 117 // Participant Selection 119 // The Sample Size Question 119 // When Contradictory Results Occur 120 // Introducing Potential Bias Through Data Collection 120 // Sequential Data Collection Issues 121 // Sampling the Same or Different Individuals 122 // Using the Same or Different Sample Sizes 123 // Selecting Results for the Follow-Up 123 // Designing an Instrument 123 // Summary 125 // Activities 127 // Additional Resources to Examine 127 // Chapter 7. Analyzing Data in Mixed Methods Research 128 // Procedures in Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis 128 // Preparing the Data for Analysis 130 // Exploring the Data 130 // Analyzing the Data 131 // Representing the Data Analysis 132 // Validating the Data 133 // Data Analysis Within Mixed Methods Designs 135 // Concurrent Data Analysis 136 // Data Transformation 137 // Comparisons Through a Matrix or Discussion 140 // Sequential Data Analysis 142 //
When Quantitative Data Are Collected First 144 // When Qualitative Data Are Collected First 145 // Validate the Data Within a Mixed Methods Design 145 // Summary 148 // Activities 149 // Additional Resources to Examine 149 // Chapter 8. Writing and Evaluating Mixed Methods Research 151 // General Guidelines for Writing 152 // Organize the Structure of the Writing So That It Relates to the Designs 153 Structure of a Proposal for a Dissertation or Thesis 154 // Structure of the Project Narrative for a National // Institutes of Health Proposal 157 // Structure of a Mixed Methods Journal Article 159 // Evaluating a Mixed Methods Study Within Designs 162 // Quantitative and Qualitative Standards 163 // Mixed Methods Standards 163 // Summary 165 // Activities 165 // Additional Resources to Examine 166 // Chapter 9. Questions Often Raised About Mixed Methods Research 167 // Anticipate Mixed Methods Questions 168 // What Is Mixed Methods Research? 168 // It Is Not Just Qualitative Research 168 // It Is Not Mixed Model Research 169 // It Is Not a Method That Researchers Have Always Used 169 // It is an Approach That Can Be Learned 170 // Published Journal Articles 170 // Methodological Literature 170 // Syntheses of Mixed Methods Studies 172 // It Has a Philosophical or Worldview Foundation 173 // Is Mixed Methods Research Accepted? 174 // Several Factors Have Sparked Interest 175 // If It Is Rigorous, Graduate Faculty Will Support It 175 // Funding Agencies Support Mixed Methods Research 176 // Journals Will Publish It 177 // Acceptance Is Extending to Different Disciplines // and Across Cultures 178 // Is Mixed Methods Research Realistic? 180 // Researchers Need Specific Skills 180 // It Requires Time and Resources 181 // Summary 182 // Activities 183 // Additional Resources to Examine 183 // Chapter 10. Future Directions for Mixed Methods Research 184 // Needed Developments in Mixed Methods Research 185 //
Mixed Methods Designs and Associated Procedural Issues 185 // Mixed Methods Designs and Different Worldviews 189 // Applications of Mixed Methods Research 190 // Implications and the Value of Using Mixed Methods 191 // Summary 192 // Activities 193 // Additional Resources to Examine 193 // Appendix A. A Triangulation Design 194 // Appendix B. An Embedded Design 204 // Appendix C. An Explanatory Design 216 // Appendix D. An Exploratory Design 239 // References 256 // Index 266 // About the Authors 274

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