2. Making sense of Research Methodology
Select SAGE Journal articles are available to give you even more insight into chapter topics. These are also an ideal resource to help support your literature reviews, dissertations and assignments.
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Shannon-Baker, P. (2015) ‘Making Paradigms Meaningful in Mixed Methods Research’, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 1558689815575861.
Biddle, C. and Schafft, K.A. (2015) ‘Axiology and Anomaly in the Practice of Mixed Methods Work: Pragmatism, Valuation, and the Transformative Paradigm’, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 9(4): 320–334.
Mittwede, S.K. (2012) ‘Research Paradigms and their Use and Importance in Theological Inquiry and Education’, Journal of Education and Christian Belief, 16(1): 23–40.
DeLyser, D. and Sui, D. (2013) ‘Crossing the qualitative-quantitative chasm III: Enduring methods, open geography, participatory research, and the fourth paradigm’, Progress in Human Geography, 38(2): 294–307.