Example 3.4 A Mixed Method format

Example 3.4 A Mixed Method format
Introduction
Statement of the problem
Purpose of the study (include both quantitative and quantitative
Statements and a relational for mixing methods)
Research questions(include both qualitative and quantitative)
Review of the literature (separate section, if quantitative)
Procedures or methods
Characteristics of mixed methods research
Type of mixed methods design (including decision involved in its
choice)
Visual model and procedures of the design
Data collection procedures
Types of data
Sampling strategy
Data analysis and validity procedures
Report presentation structure
Role of the researcher
Potential ethical issue
Significance of the study
Preliminary pilot findings
Expected outcomes
Appendixes: instruments or protocols, outline for chapters, and
proposed budge

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