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Combining the latest thinking in the field with practical, step-by-step guidance, the Third Edition of John W. Creswell and Vicki L. Plano Clark?s Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Researchnow covers seven mixed methods designs with accompanying journal articles illustrating each design. The authors walk readers through the entire research process, and present updated examples from published mixed methods studies drawn from multiple disciplines. In addition, this new edition includes information about the dynamic and evolving nature of the field of mixed methods research, four additional methodological approaches, and coverage of new directions in mixed methods.
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"The go-to text for mixed methods research.”
“Creswell and Plano Clark have captured recent changes within mixed methods research, and these are reflected in this dynamic, salient book!”
“An excellent guide for the design and conduct of mixed methods research!”
“Readers of the book will understand the expanding breadth of multiple methods, the value of complex methods for sophisticated analysis of problems, and how to use and evaluate mixed methods in research.”
“This updated edition provides thoughtful consideration to how the field of mixed methods research has changed, including how the authors' own definitions and typologies have refined. It also provides a discussion of a diverse array of empirical studies from prominent and emerging mixed methods scholars, highlighting the strength and potential of this field for social and behavioral sciences.”
“Creswell and Plano Clark do excellent work in showing the evolution of mixed-methods research. One of the highlights of this edition is the addition of scaffolds that guide writing sections of a mixed-methods study.”
“Narrowing down the research methods to three primary types and then providing application methods and basic step-by-step instructions, along with great resources in the appendix and outside contributions, makes this a must have book in any academic study leading to research development.”
John W. Creswell, PhD, is a professor of family medicine and co-director of the Michigan Mixed Methods Research and Scholarship Program at the University of Michigan. He has authored numerous articles and 28 books on mixed methods research, qualitative research, and research design. While at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, he held the Clifton Endowed Professor Chair, served as director of a mixed methods research office, founded SAGEs Journal of Mixed Methods Research, and was an adjunct professor of family medicine at the University of Michigan and a consultant to the Veterans Administration health services research center. He was a Senior Fulbright Scholar to South Africa in 2008 and to Thailand in 2012. In 2011, he co-led a national working group on mixed methods practices at the National Institutes of Health, served as a visiting professor at Harvards School of Public Health, and received an honorary doctorate from the University of Pretoria, South Africa. In 2014, he was the president of the Mixed Methods International Research Association. In 2015, he joined the staff of Family Medicine at the University of Michigan. John has been teaching research methods courses for the past 40 years..
Vicki L. Plano Clark, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Quantitative and Mixed Methods Research Methodologies area of the University of Cincinnatis School of Education. Her methodological scholarship aims to delineate useful designs for conducting mixed methods research, examine procedural issues associated with achieving meaningful integration within these designs, and consider larger questions about the personal, interpersonal, and social contexts for the adoption and use of mixed methods. She recently coauthored the book Mixed Methods Research: A Guide to the Field (2016; SAGE) with Nataliya V. Ivankova and has coauthored several books with John W. Creswell, including The Mixed Methods Reader (2008; SAGE) and Understanding Research: A Consumers Guide (2010, 2015; Pearson Education). She is a founding coeditor of the Mixed Methods Research Series (SAGE Publishing). She also currently serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Mixed Methods Research (JMMR) and Program Chair for the Mixed Methods Research Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association. In 2011, she co-led the development of Best Practices for Mixed Methods in the Health Sciences for the National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research. Her teaching focuses on foundations of research methodologies and mixed methods research, including a two-semester mixed methods sequence and special topics courses. She also engages ...
1. The Nature of Mixed Methods Research Defining Mixed Methods Research Examples of Mixed Methods Studies What Research Problems Require Mixed Methods? What Are the Advantages of Using Mixed Methods? What Are the Challenges in Using Mixed Methods? Summary Activities Additional Resources to Examine2. The Foundations of Mixed Methods Research Historical Foundations Philosophical Foundations Theoretical Foundations Summary Activities Additional Resources to Examine3. Core Mixed Methods Designs Key Concepts that Inform Mixed Methods Designs The Three Core Mixed Methods Designs Additional Considerations in Choosing a Core Design Describing a Design in a Written Report Summary Activities Additional Resources to Examine4. Complex Applications of Core Mixed Methods Designs Intersecting Core Mixed Methods Designs with Other Research Approaches Four Prominent Types of Complex Mixed Methods Designs Drawing Diagrams of Complex Applications Summary Activities Additional Resources to Consider5. Introducing a Mixed Methods Study Writing a Mixed Methods Title Stating the Research Problem in the Introduction Developing the Purpose Statement Writing Research Questions and Hypotheses Summary Activities Additional Resources to Examine6. Collecting Data in Mixed Methods Research Procedures in Collecting Qualitative and Quantitative Data Data Collection in Mixed Methods Summary Activities Additional Resources to Examine7. Analyzing and Interpreting Data in Mixed Methods Research Procedures in Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis and Interpretation Mixed Methods Data Analysis and Interpretation Integrated Data Analysis and Interpretation within the Mixed Methods Designs Validity and Mixed Methods Designs Software Applications and Mixed Methods Data Analysis Summary Activities Additional Resources to Examine8. Writing and Evaluating Mixed Methods Research General Guidelines for Writing Relate the Mixed Methods Structure to the Type of Writing Evaluating a Mixed Methods Study Summary Activities Additional Resources to Examine9. Advances in Mixed Methods Research Advances in Mining Data Advances in Insight Gained through the Value of Mixed Methods Research Advances in Mixed Methods Design-Thinking Advances in Representations of Design Procedures Advances in Integration Thinking Advances in Creating Mixed Methods Questions or Study Aims Advances in Representing Integration through Joint Displays Advances in Mixed Methods Validity Advances in Publishing Mixed Methods Manuscripts Summary Activities Additional Resources to ExamineAppendix A: An Example of the Convergent Parallel DesignAppendix B: An Example of the Explanatory Sequential DesignAppendix C: An Example of the Exploratory Sequential DesignAppendix D: An Example of the Mixed Methods Experimental (Intervention) DesignAppendix E: An Example of the Mixed Methods Comparative Case Study DesignAppendix F: An Example of the Mixed Methods Participatory-Social Justice StudyAppendix G: An Example of the Mixed Methods Evaluation DesignGlossary