Table of contents for The mixed methods reader / Vicki L. Plano Clark, John W. Creswell, editors.

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 Contents
List of Figures
Introduction
 Purpose of The Reader
 Audience
 Organization
 Acknowledgments
Part I. Methodological Selections
Chapter 1 ? The Evolution of Mixed Methods Research
Selection: Tashakkori, A., & Teddlie, C. (1998). Introduction to mixed method and mixed model studies in the social and behavioral sciences. In Mixed methodology: Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches (chap. 1, pp. 3-19). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications
Related references that extend the topic
Introduction to Mixed Method and Mixed Model Studies in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Chapter 2 - Pragmatism as a Philosophical Foundation for Mixed Methods Research
Selection: Morgan, D. L. (2007). Paradigms lost and pragmatism regained: Methodological implications of combining qualitative and quantitative methods. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 1(1), 48-76.
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications 
Related references that extend the topic
Paradigms Lost and Pragmatism Regained: Methodological Implications of Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods
Chapter 3 - The Transformative-Emancipatory Perspective as a Philosophical Foundation for Mixed Methods Research
Selection: Mertens, D. M. (2003). Mixed methods and the politics of human research: The transformative-emancipatory perspective. In A. Tashakkori & C. Teddlie (Eds.), Handbook of mixed methods in social and behavioral research (pp. 135?164). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications 
Related references that extend the topic 
Mixed Methods and the Politics of Human Research: The Transformative-Emancipatory Perspective 
Chapter 4 ? Triangulation as the First Mixed Methods Design 
Selection: Jick, T. D. (1979). Mixing qualitative and quantitative methods: Triangulation in action, Administrative Science Quarterly, 24, 602?611
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications 
Related references that extend the topic
Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: Triangulation in Action
Chapter 5 - Identifying the Purposes for Mixed Methods Designs 
Selection: Greene, J. C., Caracelli, V. J., & Graham, W. F. (1989). Toward a conceptual framework for mixed-method evaluation designs. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 11(3), 255?274
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications 
Related references that extend the topic
Toward a Conceptual Framework for Mixed-Method Evaluation Designs 
Chapter 6 - A Notation System for Mixed Methods Designs 
Selection: Morse, J. M. (1991). Approaches to qualitative-quantitative methodological triangulation. Nursing Research, 40, 120?123 
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications
Related references that extend the topic 
Approaches to Qualitative-Quantitative Methodological Triangulation 
Chapter 7 - An Expanded Typology for Classifying Mixed Methods Research into Designs 
Selection: Creswell, J. W., Plano Clark, V. L., Gutmann, M. L., & Hanson, W. E. (2003). Advanced mixed methods research designs. In A. Tashakkori & C. Teddlie (Eds.), Handbook of mixed methods in social and behavioral research (pp. 209?240). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications 
Related references that extend the topic 
Advanced Mixed Methods Research Designs 
Chapter 8 - Different Sampling Techniques for Mixed Methods Studies 
Selection: Teddlie, C., & Yu, F. (2007). Mixed methods sampling: A typology with examples. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 1(1), 77-100
Editors' Introduction
Discussion questions and applications 
Related references that extend the topic 
Mixed Methods Sampling: A Typology with Examples 
Chapter 9 ? Data Analysis Strategies in Mixed Methods Research 
Selection: Caracelli, V. J., & Greene, J. C. (1993). Data analysis strategies for mixed-method evaluation designs. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 15(2), 195?207 
Editors' Introduction 
Discussion questions and applications 
Related references that extend the topic 
Data Analysis Strategies for Mixed-Method Evaluation Designs 
Chapter 10 - Expanding the Reasons for Conducting Mixed Methods Research
Selection: Bryman, A. (2006). Integrating quantitative and qualitative research: How is it done? Qualitative Research, 6(1), 97-113
Editors' Introduction
Discussion questions and applications
Related references that extend the topic
Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Research: How Is It Done?
Chapter 11 - Types of Legitimation (Validity) in Mixed Methods Research
Selection: Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Johnson, R. B. (2006). The validity issue in mixed research. Research in the Schools, 13(1), 48-63
Editors' Introduction
Discussion questions and applications
Related references that extend the topic254
The Validity Issue in Mixed Research
Chapter 12 - Powerful Rhetorical Devices Used in Writing Mixed Methods Research
Selection: Sandelowski, M. (2003). Tables or tableaux? The challenges of writing and reading mixed methods studies. In A. Tashakkori & C. Teddlie (Eds.), Handbook of mixed methods in social and behavioral research (pp. 321?350). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
Editors' Introduction
Discussion questions and applications
Related references that extend the topic
Tables or Tableaux? The Challenges of Writing and Reading Mixed Methods Studies
Chapter 13 - An Improved Role for Qualitative Research in Mixed Methods
Selection: Howe, K. R. (2004). A critique of experimentalism. Qualitative Inquiry, 10, 42-61
Editors' Introduction
Discussion questions and applications
Related references that extend the topic
A Critique of Experimentalism
Chapter 14 ? An Alternative to Reconciling the Different Realities of Qualitative and Quantitative Research
Selection: Sale, J. E., Lohfeld, L. H., & Brazil, K. (2002). Revisiting the quantitative-qualitative debate: Implications for mixed-methods research. Quality & Quantity, 36, 43-53
Editors' Introduction
Discussion questions and applications
Related references that extend the topic
Revisiting the Quantitative-Qualitative Debate: Implications for Mixed-Methods Research
Part II. Exemplar Research Studies
Discussion questions for exemplar research studies
Chapter 15 - A Concurrent/Triangulation Mixed Methods Design with Merged Results
Selection: Luzzo, D. A. (1995). Gender differences in college students' career maturity and perceived barriers in career development. Journal of Counseling & Development, 73, 319-322
Editors' Introduction
Gender Differences in College Students' Career Maturity and Perceived Barriers in Career Development
Chapter 16 - A Concurrent/Triangulation Mixed Methods Design with Data Transformation
Selection: Idler, E. L., Hudson, S. V., & Leventhal, H. (1999). The meanings of self-ratings of health: A qualitative and quantitative approach. Research on Aging, 21(3), 458-476
Editors' Introduction
The Meanings of Self-Ratings of Health: A Qualitative and Quantitative Approach 
Chapter 17 - An Embedded Experimental Before-Intervention Mixed Methods Design
Selection: Donovan, J., Mills, N., Smith, M., Brindle, L., Jacoby, A., Peters, T., Frankel, S., Neal, D., & Harndy, F. (2002). Improving design and conduct of randomized trials by embedding them in qualitative research: ProtecT (prostate testing for cancer and treatment) study. British Medical Journal, 325, 766-769
Editors' Introduction
Improving Design and Conduct of Randomized Trials by Embedding Them in Qualitative Research: ProtecT (Prostate Testing for Cancer and Treatment) Study
Chapter 18 - An Embedded Experimental During-Intervention Mixed Methods 
Design
Selection: Victor, C. R., Ross, F., & Axford, J. (2004). Capturing lay perspectives in a randomized control trial of a health promotion intervention for people with osteoarthritis of the knee. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 10(1), 63-70
Editors' Introduction
Capturing Lay Perspectives in a Randomized Control Trial of a Health Promotion Intervention for People with Osteoarthritis of the Knee
Chapter 19 - An Embedded Experimental After-Intervention Mixed Methods Design
Selection: Messer, L., Steckler, A., & Dignan, M. (1999). Early detection of cervical cancer among Native American women: A qualitative supplement to a quantitative study. Health Education & Behavior, 8(26), 547 - 562
Editors' Introduction
Early Detection of Cervical Cancer among Native American Women: A Qualitative Supplement to a Quantitative Study
Chapter 20 - A Sequential Explanatory Mixed Methods Design to Explain Findings
Selection: Way, N., Stauber, H. Y., Nakkula, M. J., & London, P. (1994). Depression and substance use in two divergent high school cultures: A quantitative and qualitative analysis. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 23(3), 331?357
Editors' Introduction
Depression and Substance Use in Two Divergent High School Cultures: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
Chapter 21 - A Sequential Explanatory Mixed Methods Design with Participant Selection
Selection: Th?gersen-Ntoumani, C., & Fox, K. R. (2005). Physical activity and mental well-being typologies in corporate employees: A mixed methods approach. Work & Stress, 19(1), 50-67
Editors' Introduction
Physical Activity and Mental Well-Being Typologies in Corporate Employees: A Mixed Methods Approach
Chapter 22 - A Sequential Exploratory Mixed Methods Design with Instrument Development
Selection: Milton, J., Watkins, K. E., Studdard, S. S., & Burch, M. (2003). The ever widening gyre: Factors affecting change in adult education graduate programs in the United States. Adult Education Quarterly, 54(1), 23-41. 	 444
Editors' Introduction
The Ever Widening Gyre: Factors Affecting Change in Adult Education Graduate Programs in the United States
Chapter 23 - A Sequential Exploratory Mixed Methods Design to Generate and Test a Model
Selection: Richter, K. (1997). Child care choice in urban Thailand: Qualitative and quantitative evidence of the decision-making process. Journal of Family Issues, 18(2), 174-204
Editors' Introduction
Child Care Choice in Urban Thailand: Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence of the Decision-Making Process
References Cited in the Editors' Introductions 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology.