RITS Special Issue, Spring 2006, 13(1):

New Directions in Mixed Methods Research

Guest Editor, R. Burke Johnson

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Front cover / Table of Contents

Foreword, Michael Q. Patton

Foreword, James E. McLean

Editorial: Note From the Guest Editor, R. Burke Johnson

Philosophical Assumptions and Stances

How interpretive qualitative research extends mixed methods research. 13(1), 1-11.
     Creswell, J., Shope, R., Plano Clark, V. L., & and Green, D. O.

Inquiry Logics

A general typology of research designs featuring mixed methods.  13(1), 12-28.
    Teddlie, C., & Tashakkori, A.

Defining and designing mixed methods research synthesis studies. 13(1), 29-40.
    Sandelowski, M., Voils, C. I., & Barroso, J.

Mixed methods research: Are the methods genuinely integrated or merely parallel?  13(1), 41-47.
    Yin, R. K.

The validity issue in mixed research.  13(1), 48-63.
    Onwuegbuzie, A. J., &  Johnson, R. B.

Guidelines for Practice

The contribution of computer software to integrating qualitative and quantitative data analyses. 13(1), 64-74.
    Bazeley, P.

A theory-driven evaluation perspective on mixed methods research.  13(1), 75-83.
    Chen, H. T.

Sociopolitical Commitments

Enhancing the policy process through the use of ethnography and other study frameworks: A mixed-method strategy.  13(1), 84-92.
    Caracelli, V. J.

Synthesis and Future Research

Toward a methodology of mixed methods social inquiry.  13(1), 93-98.
    Greene, J. C.

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