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Checklist: Designing and Assessing Triangulation
What are the limitations of each method which could be overcome by combining two or more approaches?
What is the gain in knowledge that you could expect from combining them?
Do the methods really address different levels or qualities in the data, so as to justify their combination?
How far can the extra efforts required for combining various methods be accommodated in your framework of research (within the constraints of resources, time, etc.)?
Are these efforts worthwhile, relative to the gain in knowledge they allow for?
Are the combined methods compatible with each other?
How should you sequence the methods you will use? How will sequencing affect the study?
How far are the methods applied according to their characteristics, so that their specific strengths are taken into account?
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