Fundamental Principle of Mixed Methods Research

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  • A guiding principle or logic in mixed methods research stating that the researcher should strategically mix or combine qualitative and quantitative research approach es to produce an overall mixed methods research design with complementary strengths and nonoverlapping weaknesses.

    10.4135/9781412972024.n1078

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