Critical Review: The Role of Mixed Methods in Education Research

Wanzala Maximila


The critique of the article was based on; the issue/problem research addressed and why, methodology and the key findings .Mixed methods research is a combination of both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, where quantitative data has closed ended questions. On the other hand qualitative data consists of open ended information gathered through interviews. Therefore this paper explores the role of mixed methods in research.

Mixed methods research is defined as an approach in relation to research question that call for real life contextual factors in terms of socio cultural aspects that may enable a researcher to understand a given community in reference to the study of interest by having the investigstion of study being done within philosophical and theoretical positions (Johnson, Onwuegbuzie, & Turner, 2007).

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