Innovation in Mixed Methods Research

Publisher : SAGE

ISBN-13 : 1526453738

Page : 384 pages

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Explaining both why and how to use mixed methods for discovering solutions to complex research problems, this book gives readers the tools to adapt approaches to suit their own research conditions.

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