Why a Guide to the Field of Mixed Methods Research? Introducing a Conceptual Framework of the Field
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#3. Hesse-Biber, S., & Johnson, R. B. (2013). Coming at things differently: Future directions of possible engagement with mixed methods research [Editorial]. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 7(2), 103–109.
#4. Buck, G., Cook, K., Quigley, C., Eastwood, J., & Lucas, Y. (2009). Profiles of urban, low SES, African American girls’ attitudes toward science: A sequential explanatory mixed methods study. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 3(4), 386–410.
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