This article addresses the merits of and warrants for considering mixed methods social inquiry as a distinctive methodology. In each of four methodological domains-philosophy, methodology, practical guidelines, and sociopolitical commitments-the status of the mixed methods field is reviewed. Signal accomplishments are noted in each domain, as are important priorities for further development.
- Practical guidelines
- Sociopolitical commitments
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Social Sciences (miscellaneous)
- Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty