Writing Up, Presenting, and Teaching Mixed Methods
This chapter discusses writing up (both research proposals and final mixed methods reports), presenting, and teaching mixed methods. It includes a brief description of some peer-reviewed journals and their receptivity to and publication of mixed method studies. It also provides an overview of the types of diagrams used in mixed methods research, as well as helpful hints for communicating mixed methods study results to various audiences. Since some readers are likely teaching mixed methods either as a stand-alone course or as part of qualitative or quantitative courses, teaching models for conveying mixed methods material alone and its placement within existing courses are described.
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