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Mixed methods

Author: Alan Bryman
Publisher: London : SAGE, 2006.
Series: Sage benchmarks in social research methods.
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Mixed methods.
London : SAGE, 2006
(OCoLC)761383981
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Bryman
ISBN: 141291163X 9781412911634
OCLC Number: 65469397
Description: 4 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Vol. 1.-2. Epistemological and ontological issues --
v. 3. Mixing methods and triangulation --
v. 4. Methodological issues in combining quantitative and qualitative research. VOLUME 1--
Editor's Introduction: Mixed methods research / Alan Bryman --
PART 1: Epistemological and ontological issues --
SECTION 1: The Paradigm wars --
The Paradigm wars: reports from the front / Martyn Hammersley --
Paradigm wars: Some thoughts on a personal and public trajectory / Ann Oakley --
Paradigm wars: A basis for peaceful coexistence and beyond / Lois-ellin Datta -SECTION 2: Resistance to combining quantitative and qualitative research --
Closing down the conversation: The end of the quantitative-qualitative debate among educational inquirers / John K. Smith & Lous Heshusius --
Epistemological and methodological bases of naturalistic inquiry / Egon G. Guba & Yvonna S. Lincoln --
An uneasy alliance: combining qualitative and quantitative research methods / David R. Buchanan --
Revisiting the quantitative --
qualitative debate: implications for mixed-methods research / Joanna E.M. Sale, Lynne H. Lohfield & Kevin Brazil --
SECTION 3 : Accommodation --
On the relations among educational research paradigms: from disdain to détente / Ray C. Rest --
An opportunity lost? / John K. Smith --
Against the qualitative --
quantitative incompatibility theses or dogmas die hard / Kenneth R. Howe --
Accommodation: Toward a paradigm- praxis dialectic / William A. Firestone --
Beyond qualitative versus quantitative methods / Charles S. Reichard & Thomas D. Cook --
SECTION 4: Feminism and the qualitative-quantitative debate --
Gender, methodology and people's ways of knowing: Some problems with feminism and the paradigm debate in social science / Ann Oakley --
Quantitative and qualitative methods in the social sciences: Current feminist issues and practical strategies / Toby Epstein Jayaratne & Abigail J. Stewart --
Methods, practice and epistemology: The debate about feminism and research / Mary Maynard --
The relationship between qualitative and quantitative research: Lessons from feminist psychology / Christine Griffin & Ann Phoenix. VOLUME 2 --
PART 1: Epistemological and ontological issues (Continued) --
SECTION 5: Mixed methods research as a distinctive approach --
Researching public health: Behind the qualitative --
quantitative methodological debate / Frances Baum --
Mixed methods research: a research paradigm whose time has come / R. Burke Johnson & Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie --
Issues and dilemmas in teaching research methods courses in social and behavioural sciences: US perspective / Abbas Tashakkori & Charles Teddlie --
Introduction to mixed method and mixed model studies in the social and behavioural sciences / Abbas Tashakkori & Charles Teddlie--
PART 2: Mixing methods and triangulation --
SECTION 1: Classic statement on triangulation --
Construct validity in psychological tests / Lee J. Cronbach & Paul E. Meehl --
Convergent and discriminant validation by the multitrait-multimethod matrix / Donald T. Campbell & Donald W. Fiske--
Approximations to knowledge / Eugene J. Webb, Donald J. Campbell, Richard D Schwartz & Lee Sechrest --
Strategies of multiple triangulation / Norman K. Denzin --
Mixing qualitative and quantitative methods: triangulation in action / Todd D. Jick --
SECTION 2: Triangulation in different contexts --
Mixing qualitative methofd: quality assurabce or qualitative quagmire? / Rosaline S. Barbour --
Triangulation of qualitative methods: Heideggerian hermeneutics and grounded theory / Holly Skodol Wilson & Sally A. Hutchinson --
SECTION 3: Criticisms of the concept of triangulation --
A critique of the use of triangulation in social research / Norman W.H. Blaikie --
Comparative methods in social science / Nigel G. Fielding & Jane L. Fielding --
SECTION 4: Extensions of the concept of triangulation --
Approaches to qualitative-quantitative methodological triangulation / Janice M. Morse --
Triangulation revisited: strategy of validation or alternative? / Uwe Flick --
The value of combining qualitative and quantitative approaches in nursing research by means method triangulation / Christina Foss & Bodil Ellefsen---
Methodological triangulation in nursing research / Mark Risjord, Margaret Moloney & Sandra Dunbar --
Triangulation in organizational research: a pre-presentation / Julie Wolfram Cox & John Hassard. VOLUME 3 --
PART 2: Mixing methods and triangulation (Continued) --
SECTION 5: Reconciling findings --
Reconciling conflicting results derived from experimental and survey studies of attitude change / Carl I. Hovland --
Collision or collusion? A discussion and case study of the unplanned triangulation of quantitative and qualitative research methods / David Deacon, Alan Bryman & Natalie Fenton --
Methodological triangulation in researching families: making sense of dissonant data / Amaryll Perlesz & Jo Lindsay --
SECTION 6: Research on triangulation and other approaches to mixing methods --
Toward a conceptual framework for mixed-method evaluation designs / Jennifer C. Greene, Valerie J. Caracelli & Wendy F. Graham --
Integrating quantitative and qualitative research: how is it done? / Alan Bryman --
PART 3 : Methodological issues in combining quantitative and qualitative research --
SECTION 1 : General overviews of ways of combining quantitative and qualitative research --
Integration of fieldwork and survey methods / Sam D. Sieber --
Combining quantitative and qualitative research / Alan Bryman --
Practical strategies for combining qualitative and quantitative methods: Applications to health research / David L. Morgan --
Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches: An overview / Julia Brannen --
Deconstructing the qualitative-quantitative divide / Martyn Hammersley --
SECTION 2 : Combining qualitative and quantitative research: The view from evaluation research --
The whole is greater: Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches in evaluating studies / Mary Lee Smith --
Numbers and words revisited: Being "shamelessly eclectic" / Gretchen B. Rossman & Bruce L. Wilson --
SECTION 3: Mixed methods research in various contexts --
Ethnography and experiment in social psychological theory building: tactics for integrating qualitative field data with quantitative lab data / Gary Alan Fine & Kimberly D. Elsbach --
An exploration of the epistemological intricacies of using qualitative data to develop a quantitative measure of user views of health care / Joanne Coyle & Brian Williams --
Mixed methods, mixed methodology health services research in practice / P. Lynne Johnstone --
Combining qualitative and quantitative sampling, data collection, and analysis techniques in mixed-method studies / Margarete Sandelowski --
Designing a mixed methods study in primary care / John W. Creswell, Michael D. Fetters & Nataliya V. Ivankova --
Advantages gained by combining qualitative and quantitative data in a longitudinal study / G. Clare Wenger --
Salvaging quantitative research with qualitative data / Donn Weinholtz, Barbara Kacer & Thomas Rocklin. VOLUME 4 --
PART 3: Methodological issues in combining quantitative and qualitative research (continued) --
SECTION 4: Systematic reviews and quantitative and qualitative evidence --
Storylines of research in diffusion of innovation: A meta-narrative approach to systematic review / Trisha Greenhalgh, Glenn Robert, Fraser Macfarlane, Paul Bate, Olympia Kyriakidou & Richard Peacock --
Synthesising qualitative and quantitative evidence: A review of possible methods / Mary Dixon-Woods, Shona Agarwal, David Jones, Bridget Young & Alex Sutton --
SECTION 5: Appraising mixed methods research --
A strategy to identify critical appraisal criteria for primary mixed-method studies / Joanna E.M. Sale & Kevin Brazil --
PART 4: Examples of combining quantitative and qualitative research --
SECTION 1: Early case studies of combining quantitative and qualitative research --
Research methods for the study of conflict and cooperation / William F. Whyte --
On the reconciliation of qualitative and quantitative analyses: A case study / M.G. Trend --
Living arrangement choices of older residents: Assessing quantitative results with qualitative data / Ingrid Connides --
Participant observation in a multiple- methods study of a retirement community : A research narrative / Victor W. Marshall --
SECTION 2: Evaluation case studies --
Mixed method evaluation: A case study / Mark Waysman & Riki Savaya --
Utilizing mixed-method research design in planning: The case of 14th Street, New York City / John Gaber & Sharon L. Gaber --
SECTION 3: Combining surveys with qualitative interviews --
Triangulation in action: Integration of qualitative and quantitative methods to research environmental leadership / Susan Herman & Carolyn P. Egri --
Young people, alcohol, and designer drinks: Quantitative and qualitative study / Kirsty Hughes, Anne Marie LacKintosh, Gerard Hastings, Colin Wheeler, Jonathan Watson & James Inglis --
Lone motherhood and socio-economic disadvantage: Insights from quantitative and qualitative evidence / KAen Rowlingson & Stephen McKay --
SECTION 4: Sampling and measurement issues --
Qualitative sampling in a multi-method survey / Bettina Nickel, Martin Berger, Peter Schmidt & Kerstin Plies --
Using focus groups to develop health surveys: An example from research on social relationships and AIDS-preventative behaviour / Kerth O'Brien --
SECTION 5: Diverse approaches to combining quantitative and qualitative research --
Labor management in the Southern Textile Industry / James E. Coverdill, William Finlay & Jack K. Martin --
Valuing the "Value of life": A case of constructed preferences? / Susan Chilton, Judith Covey, Lorraine Hopkins, Michael Jones-Lee, Graham Loomes, Nick Pidgeon, Angela Robinson & Anne Spencer --
Methodology versus scholarship? Overcoming the divide in analysing identity narratives of people with cancer / Clive Seale --
Combining classificatory and discursive methods: Consistency and variability in responses to the threat of crime / Marian I. Tulloch --
Untangling the relationship between displayed emotions and organizational sales: The case of convenience stores / Robert I. Sutton & Anat Rafaeli --
A multi-method approach to the study of school class size difference / Peter Blatchford.
Series Title: Sage benchmarks in social research methods.
Responsibility: edited by Alan Bryman.
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