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Dissertation Research--Planning, Researching, Publishing

This guide was created to help GWU doctoral students in researching and writing their dissertation

Definition

Mixed methods research is an approach that combines both quantitative and qualitative forms. It involves philosophical assumptions, and the mixing of qualitative and quantitative approaches in tandem so that the overall strength of a study is greater than either qualitative or quantitative methods (Creswell, 2008).

Books

Below is a sampling of books on the subject of "mixed methods research" owned by GW and consortium libraries.
Click the book image and it will take you to the item in the library catalog, where you can request it.

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