Introduction to Mixed Methods
Introduction to Mixed Methods

Principal speaker

Dr Judy Rose

This workshop investigates the meanings and underlying "ologies' of Mixed Methods research, which adopts both qualitative and quantitative methods.

Level: Beginner

Format: This workshop delivered online during a 2.5-hour period, via Collaborate. The last half hour will be a Question-and-Answer session.

Related RED workshops: This session is Part 1 in a 6-part series on foundations of mixed methods (MM). The basics are covered in Introducing MM (P1), and Conceptual Frameworks regarding their Refinement (P2) and Visualisation (P3). The complexities are addressed via Assembling MM (P4), Critical reading/writing (P5), and Integrating MM (P6).

Recommended Reading, before attending: Shannon-Baker, P. (2016). Making paradigms meaningful in mixed methods research. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 10(4), 319-334. Please read pp. 319-324.


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RSVP on or before Friday 20 August 2021 11.31 am, by email RED@griffith.edu.au , or via https://events.griffith.edu.au/d/cmqqjq/

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