Mixed Methods Methodology

Mixed Methods Methodology
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

July 28th 2019


Suzanne Henwood

Up until now we have been writing this series of research articles by breaking down research into various possible components and offering some insight into that specific area of research practice. We have explored the different paradigms (the main two being quantitative and qualitative), each of which has supporters and advocates and their passion for one paradigm can further emphasise the research divide, leaving novice researchers unsure of which path to follow....


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