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In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Part V: Triangulation and Mixed Methods

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Triangulation and Mixed Methods
Triangulation and Mixed Methods

After illuminating qualitative data collection for two contexts – various kinds of verbal, ethnographic and material data (Part III) and for the specific questions linked to the use of digital data (Part IV) – we now turn to data collection with an extended approach. Part V treats triangulation and mixed methods as topics for qualitative data collection in five chapters.

First, ways of combining several forms of qualitative data in collecting them is discussed as triangulation (see Flick, Chapter 34, this volume), before two chapters address the use of qualitative methods and data in mixed methods research from two angles: (1) A theory-driven in-depth use of qualitative data (see Hesse-Biber, Chapter 35, this volume) is complemented by (2) ...

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