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Janice M. Morse, Julianne Cheek & Lauren Clark

In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Chapter 36: Data-Related Issues in Qualitatively Driven Mixed-Method Designs: Sampling, Pacing, and Reflexivity

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Data-Related Issues in Qualitatively Driven Mixed-Method Designs: Sampling, Pacing, and Reflexivity
Data-Related Issues in Qualitatively Driven Mixed-Method Designs: Sampling, Pacing, and Reflexivity
Janice M. MorseJulianne CheekLauren Clark
Introduction

The overarching purpose of this chapter is to make qualitative contributions to mixed methods accessible and powerful. Our goal is to clarify methodological strategies that ensure qualitative components become as robust as possible when used in mixed methods. We begin our discussion by considering what is qualitatively driven mixed-method research. We then turn to consider the use of sampling, pacing, and reflexivity in this type of research. We conclude by recommending principles to assist researchers in clarifying and appreciating the contributions of qualitative inquiry to mixed-method research.1

The guiding principle of the chapter is that we must not detach qualitative ...

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