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How to Construct a Mixed Methods Research Design

Authors Judith Schoonenboom, R. Burke Johnson
Year 2017
Journal Name KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie
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1 Journal Article

A Mixed-Methods Approach

Authors Marieke Slootman
Book Title Ethnic Identity, Social Mobility and the Role of Soulmates
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2 Book Chapter

The Century of Migration and the Contribution of Mixed Methods Research

Authors Manfred Max Bergman
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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4 Journal Article

Mixed Methods Immigrant Mental Health Research in Canada: A Systematic Review

Authors Farah Islam, Mark Oremus
Year 2014
Journal Name Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health
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5 Journal Article

Ökologische Validität durch Mixed-Methods-Designs

Authors Felix Knappertsbusch
Year 2017
Journal Name KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie
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6 Journal Article

The Role of Group Dynamics in Mixed Methods Health Sciences Research Teams

Authors Leslie A. Curry, Rosalie Aroni, David Berg, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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7 Journal Article

Macro, meso, micro: broadening the 'social' of social network analysis with a mixed methods approach

Authors Mireia Bolibar
Year 2016
Journal Name QUALITY & QUANTITY
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8 Journal Article

The ‘thin’ and ‘thick’ needs of Roma: a participatory mixed methods study

Authors Patricia Kennedy, Siobhán Curran, Gabi Muntaen, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name European Societies
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9 Journal Article

Mixed Methods: Interviews, Surveys, and Cross-Cultural Comparison

Authors Zongqiang Li, Honggang Liu
Year 2020
Journal Name JOURNAL OF MIXED METHODS RESEARCH
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10 Journal Article

Expanding the Transformative Explanatory Sequential Mixed Methods Design Archetype in a Cross-Cultural Context: The Polemics of African Refugee Livelihoods in Places of Resettlement

Authors Arati Maleku, Youn Kyoung Kim, Njeri Kagotho, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name JOURNAL OF MIXED METHODS RESEARCH
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11 Journal Article

Experiences of racism and discrimination among migrant care workers in England: Findings from a mixed-methods research project

Authors Martin Stevens, Shereen Hussein, Jill Manthorpe
Year 2011
Journal Name Ethnic and Racial Studies
Citations (WoS) 21
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12 Journal Article

Mixed Methods Designs for Making Cross-Cultural Comparisons

Authors Robert W. Schrauf
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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13 Journal Article

Theorizing Ikigai or Life Worth Living Among Japanese University Students: A Mixed-Methods Approach

Authors Shintaro Kono, Gordon Walker
Year 2020
Journal Name JOURNAL OF HAPPINESS STUDIES
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14 Journal Article

Why Family Memories and Stories Matter

Authors Anna Green
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES
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15 Journal Article

A Framework for Mixing Methods in Quantitative Measurement Development, Validation, and Revision

Authors Russell Luyt
Year 2012
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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16 Journal Article

Exploring intercultural sensitivity in early adolescence: a mixed methods study

Authors Jennifer M. Mellizo
Year 2017
Journal Name Intercultural Education
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17 Journal Article

Mixed Methods and Multisited Migration Research: Innovations From a Transnational Perspective

Authors Margit Fauser
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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18 Journal Article

Social isolation and loneliness in later life: A parallel convergent mixed methods case study of older adults and their residential contexts in the Minneapolis metropolitan area, USA

Authors Jessica M. Finlay, Lindsay C. Kobayashi
Year 2018
Journal Name Social science & medicine, 2019, Vol. 222, pp. 11-19
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19 Journal Article

Creating a more supportive and inclusive university culture: a mixed-methods interdisciplinary comparative analysis of medical and social sciences at the University of Oxford

Authors Pavel V. Ovseiko, Mary B. Daly, Laurel Edmunds, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE REVIEWS
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20 Journal Article

Employment Aspirations of Former Refugees Settled in Australia: a Mixed Methods Study

Authors Aparna Hebbani, Nigar G. Khawaja
Year 2019
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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21 Journal Article

Exploring the Nexus between Migration and Social Positions using a Mixed Methods Approach

Authors Ingrid Tucci, Joanna J. Fröhlich, Inka Stock
Year 2021
Journal Name Social Inclusion
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22 Journal Article

Racism, Differentialism, and Antiracism in Everyday Ideology: A Mixed-Methods Study in Britain

Authors Peter Martin
Year 2013
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONFLICT AND VIOLENCE
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23 Journal Article

The threat of unexamined secondary data: a critical race transformative convergent mixed methods

Authors Nichole M. Garcia, Oscar J. Mayorga
Year 2018
Journal Name Race Ethnicity and Education
Citations (WoS) 4
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24 Journal Article

Sex, Commitment, and Casual Sex Relationships Among College Men: A Mixed-Methods Analysis

Authors Spencer B. Olmstead, Frank D. Fincham, Rhett M. Billen, ...
Year 2013
Journal Name ARCHIVES OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR
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25 Journal Article

Native-Born Youth of African Immigrants and Cardiovascular Risk: A Mixed Methods Study

Description
Cardiovascular risk factors (CR) are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in developed countries. By adolescence, CR of diet, exercise, blood pressure, body mass index, and smoking already are predictive of adulthood morbidity. Although genetics play a part in CR, health behaviors are the major contributors. Health status and service use differ between ethnic/racial groups (including immigrants) and the dominant population, but is this true of the influences on health behaviors? Europe and Israel are common destinations for international migrants from the least developed African nations. Capitalizing on a mixed-methods design and Community Based Participatory Research approach, this study will address ethnic/racial disparities in health care access by examining the influences of all four Bioecological Model's domains on cardiovascular risk factors in youth, comparing native-born youth of African immigrants (Ethiopians) to veteran Israelis. Qualitative interviews from 45 stakeholders and youth will be used to identify unique influences not found in existing literature. Informed by the interviews, quantitative surveys with new and established instruments will measure the impact of the four domain influences of the Model on CR. The surveys will be administered in three areas of Israel to a sample (n=600) comprised of two groups of 15-18 year old native-born youth, one born to African immigrants and the other to veteran Israeli parents. Using a variety of statistical techniques, the impact of each domain will be measured for all youth and each group. This study represents the first attempt to integrate the full range of domains on health behaviors affecting CR in youth, and disaggregate them for dominant society and second generation immigrant youth. Not only will this information inform the development of effective health care interventions for all youth, but it also will reduce ethnic/racial disparities for Europe's future generations of immigrants.
Year 2012
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26 Project

Child marriage in Yemen: a mixed methods study in ongoing conflict and displacement

Authors Kara Hunersen, Bothaina Attal, Allison Jeffery, ...
Year 2021
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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27 Journal Article

From Theory to Practice: Operationalizing Transformative Mixed Methods with and for the Studied Population

Authors Sayil Camacho
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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28 Journal Article

Social Networks and Transnational Social Fields: A Review of Quantitative and Mixed-Methods Approaches

Authors Miranda Jessica Lubbers, Ashton M. Verdery, José Luis Molina
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration Review
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29 Journal Article

Intercultural contacts and acculturation resources among International students in Australia: A mixed-methods study

Authors Andre Pekerti, Tyler G. Okimoto, Fons J. R. van de Vijver, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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30 Journal Article

History pedagogic practices in Greek supplementary schools in England, past and present

Authors Angeliki Voskou
Year 2021
Journal Name PAEDAGOGICA HISTORICA
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31 Journal Article

Dimensions of Racial Essentialism and Racial Nominalism: A Mixed-Methods Study of Beliefs About Race

Authors John Tawa
Year 2018
Journal Name Race and Social Problems
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32 Journal Article

Deconstructing Immigrant Illegality: A Mixed-Methods Investigation of Stress and Health Among Undocumented College Students

Authors Laura E. Enriquez, Annie Ro, Martha Morales Hernandez
Year 2018
Journal Name Race and Social Problems
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33 Journal Article

Assessing Resilience Across Cultures Using Mixed Methods: Construction of the Child and Youth Resilience Measure

Authors Michael Ungar, Linda Liebenberg
Year 2011
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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34 Journal Article

Exploring Potential Intervention Strategies to Reduce Unsafe Youth Migration in Ethiopia: a Mixed Methods Study

Authors Kassahun Habtamu, Abebaw Minaye, Fantahun Admas, ...
Year 2021
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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35 Journal Article

Bushfire and everyday life: Examining the awareness-action ‘gap’ in changing rural landscapes

Authors Christine Eriksen, Nicholas Gill
Year 2010
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 82
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36 Journal Article

Migration governance as place making: South African experiences

Authors Caitlin Blaser Mapitsa
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF PLACE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
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37 Journal Article

Mixing Methods to Explain Emigration Policies: A Post-Positivist Perspective

Authors Alan Gamlen, Chris McIntyre
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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38 Journal Article

Does CenteringPregnancy Group Prenatal Care Affect the Birth Experience of Underserved Women? A Mixed Methods Analysis

Authors Rhianon Liu, Ariana Jostad-Laswell, Larissa G. Duncan, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health
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40 Journal Article

Studying turning points in labour market trajectories - benefits of a panel-based mixed methods design

Year 2021
Journal Name LONGITUDINAL AND LIFE COURSE STUDIES
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41 Journal Article

Theorizing the Temporal Aspect ofIkigaior Life Worth Living among Japanese University Students: a Mixed-Methods Approach

Authors Shintaro Kono, Gordon Walker
Year 2019
Journal Name APPLIED RESEARCH IN QUALITY OF LIFE
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42 Journal Article

Socio-Cultural Determinants of Physical Activity among Latin American Immigrant Women in Alberta, Canada

Authors Ximena Ramos Salas, Kim Raine, Helen Vallianatos, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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43 Journal Article

Das Erwachsenwerden türkischer Migrantennachkommen. Eine Mixed-Methods-Studie auf Basis des SOEP

Principal investigator Ingrid Tucci (Principal Investigator), Olaf Groh-Samberg (Principal Investigator)
Description
Das von der DFG geförderte Projekt knüpft an die Forschungsarbeit an, die im Rahmen des deutsch-französischen ANR-DFG-Projekts „Berufliche Strategien und Statuspassagen von jungen Erwachsenen mit Migrationshintergrund im deutsch-französischen Vergleich“ (in Kooperation mit dem Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin) durchgeführt wurde. Das Projekt wird von Dr. Ingrid Tucci und Prof. Dr. Olaf Groh-Samberg geleitet. Ziel ist eine Analyse der Verlaufsmuster junger Menschen mit türkischem Hintergrund, die auf der Kombination von quantitativen und qualitativen Daten im Sinne einer methodologischen und Daten-Triangulation beruht. Hierfür werden qualitative Leitfadeninterviews mit 30 ausgewählten langjährigen Befragten des Sozio-ökonomischen Panels (SOEP) durchgeführt und ausgewertet. Konkret werden Forschungsfragen verfolgt, die sich auf die wechselseitige Validierung quantitativer und qualitativer Befunde, die vertiefende inhaltliche Analyse von Bedingungen und Deutungen sozialer Aufstiege und kultureller Integration und die methodologische Auswertung beziehen. Auch soll eingehender untersucht werden, inwiefern sich biografische Wendepunkte auch in prospektiv erhobenen quantitativen Paneldaten identifizieren lassen. Wendepunkte definieren sich über die Veränderung von Handlungsorientierungen und -strategien, die mit spezifischen Statuspassagen einhergehen oder als Reaktion auf wichtige Ereignisse im Leben auftreten. Eine wichtige Frage betrifft hier auch die Chancen auf (im Lebenslauf) „späte“ soziale Aufstiege nach einer prekären Lebensphase.
Year 2014
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Religiöser Extremismus und Radikalisierung aus Migrations- und Integrationstheoretischer Perspektive

Principal investigator Andreas Zick (Principal Investigator), Ruud Koopmans (Principal Investigator)
Description
"Ziel des Kooperationsprojektes „RADIKAL“ ist das Verständnis des Zusammenhangs von Migration, Religion und Radikalisierung. Zentral ist dabei die Analyse der Beziehung zwischen Migrationserfahrungen, Akkulturationsprozessen, Diskriminierungswahrnehmungen und -erfahrungen und der Bildung von politischen wie religiösen Überzeugungen, vor allem extremistischer Einstellungen. Im Fokus des Projektes stehen muslimische junge Menschen, die sich radikalisieren bzw. radikalisiert haben. Bestehende Theorien und Daten werden zu Modellen zum kausalen Zusammenhang der Kernkonzepte entwickelt und anhand eines Mixed-Methods-Designs überprüft. Dadurch wird es möglich sein, empirisch fundiert Modelle zu identifizieren, die eine evidenzbasierte Grundlage für die Prävention und Intervention bieten. Die Kernfrage des Kooperationsprojektes „RADIKAL“ ist die Frage nach dem Zusammenhang von Migration, Religion und Radikalisierung. Die theoretische wie die empirische Analyse zielt dabei auf das Verständnis des Zusammenhangs von Migrationserfahrungen, Akkulturationsprozessen, Diskriminierungswahrnehmungen und -erfahrungen und der Bildung von politischen wie religiösen Überzeugungen, hier v.a. extremistischer Einstellungen. Migrationsprozesse werden dabei vor allem auch als Akkulturationsprozesse verstanden, in denen Menschen soziale, politische und religiöse Überzeugungen auf der Grundlage ihrer Erfahrungen während der Akkulturation entwickeln. Es wird angenommen, dass gerade hier extremistische, fundamentalistische und polarisierte (eben radikalisierte) Überzeugungen entstehen können. Auf der Grundlage bestehender Theorien und Daten entwickelt das Projekt zunächst theoretische Modelle zum kausalen Zusammenhang der Kernkonzepte. Diese werden dann anhand einer Kombination von quantitativen wie qualitativen Methoden empirisch untersucht. Dies ermöglicht es, mithilfe der Ergebnisse des Projekts empirisch fundierte Modelle zu identifizieren, die eine evidenzbasierte Grundlage für die Prävention und Intervention bieten. Im Fokus des Projektes stehen muslimische junge Menschen, die sich radikalisieren bzw. radikalisiert haben; sei es in besonders schwerer Weise (Terror) oder weniger schwer (kognitive wie emotionale Nähe zu extremistischen wie fundamentalistischen Gruppen oder Weltanschauungen). Die Aufarbeitung der Analyse soll zudem einen Vergleich mit anderen Phänomenbereichen ermöglichen. Das Projekt besteht aus zwei Phasen: In der ersten Phase wird unabhängig von späteren Einzelfallanalysen kompletter Biografien ein Kodierschema zu den zentralen Konzepten (Migration, Integration/Akkulturation, Diskriminierung, religiöse Bindung und Orientierung) erstellt, um vorhandene und neue Daten zu den Biografien von jungen Menschen zu integrieren. In der zweiten Phase sollen im Besonderen migrations- und integrationsbedingte Risikofaktoren mit Blick auf Radikalisierung und die Bindung an extreme Gruppen herausgearbeitet werden. Auf der Grundlage der Daten der ersten Phase werden dazu hoch radikalisierte Personen mit besonders fundamentalistischer Orientierung identifiziert (qualitative Fallrekonstruktion). Anhand dieser Daten wird eine quantitative Überprüfung der Bedeutung bestimmter Risiko- und Erklärungsfaktoren vorgenommen. Die Ergebnisse von Experteninterviews mit staatlichen und zivilgesellschaftlichen Stakeholdern aus den Bereichen Religion, Sicherheit, Jugendarbeit, Prävention und Deradikalisierung u.a. sollen die Evaluierung der Projekterkenntnisse erweitern und als Grundlage zur Entwicklung von gemeinsamen Strategien der sensiblen Prävention, wie auch neuer Wege der Jugendarbeit dienen."
Year 2017
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A Mixed Methods Study of the Social Support Networks of Female Sex Workers and Their Primary Noncommercial Male Partners in Tijuana, Mexico

Authors Karla D. Wagner, Steffanie A. Strathdee, Jennifer L. Syvertsen, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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46 Journal Article

Perceived discrimination, humiliation, and mental health: a mixed-methods study among Haitian migrants in the Dominican Republic

Authors Hunter M. Keys, Bonnie N. Kaiser, Brandon A. Kohrt, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name Ethnicity & Health
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47 Journal Article

National attachments, economic competition, and social exclusion of non-ethnic migrants in Israel: a mixed-methods approach

Authors R Raijman, Oshrat Hochman
Year 2011
Journal Name QUALITY & QUANTITY
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48 Journal Article

Exit - Transit - Transformation

Principal investigator Ruud Koopmans (Principal Investigator), Herbert Brücker (Principal Investigator), Naika Foroutan (Principal Investigator), Andreas Pott (Principal Investigator), Helen Schwenken (Principal Investigator)
Description
"The ExiTT project (in its preparatory phase from January 2018 to December 2019) prepares a large-scale research project that processually traces, documents and analyses processes of migration from origin countries, from the starting point, over the route, until integration in the destination countries and their societies from social, economic, political and cultural aspects. At the same time, it will analyse the political, economic, societal, discursive and legal transformation of the sending, transit and receiving/destination countries as well as political, economic, societal, discursive and legal repercussions by, for example, transnational relationships, re-migration, circular migration or post-migration mobility. To grasp such complex processes, it employs a research approach that is interdisciplinary, multi-local and multi-method. The multidisciplinary research approach is intended to apply research perspectives from sociology, political sciences, psychology, geography, history, cultural sciences and economics in order to design questionnaires, to conceive the regional case studies and to carry out the data analyses. The main task of the project will be the collection and analysis of new data in multiple locations such as origin, transit, and receiving countries that will provide a unique basis to deliver evidence for the above sketched topics. The basic idea and method will follow a combination of the ethnosurvey model (Massey & Zenteno 2000) and regional case studies. On the basis of multiple methodological approaches such as surveys, fieldwork, discourse, media and policy analyses in origin, transit and immigration countries, the ExiTT project is intended to answer questions about the causes and motives of migration decisions, about the negotiations and conditions for successful integration and participation in transit and immigration countries, and about various aspects of social, political, economic and cultural transformations in all countries involved. The results of the data generated though this mixed methods approach is intended to be collated into one comprehensive data set that – based on the model of the Mexican Migration Project – will continue to grow cumulatively over time. In addition to surveys and (qualitative) interviews with individuals (migrants as well as non-migrants) expert interviews with representatives from state and private organisations as well as observations in the field will be conducted and innovative methods like experiments will be deployed. From the data set, there will derive a potential for research into the causes, conditions and negotiations of migration and migration routes as well as the changes in the so-called transit or host/receiving countries and their societies. At the same time, an interdependent approach will be chosen that includes in the analysis the effects of migration in the exit or origin countries. Insights into migration and integration processes from various actors and in multiple sub-systems can be expected on the basis of this data set. Labour market-specific and education-related aspects, cultural and social practices of integration, and obstacles and negative effects of disintegration could be evaluated according to target groups and, e.g., analysed in families and house-holds from the gender perspective or with regard to youths. In parallel, transformations in political structures, cultures or societies can be documented and the analysis of changes empirically grounded. The ExiTT project is a cooperation project of the DeZIM research community."
Year 2018
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Reasons for the underachievement and school drop out of Spanish Romani adolescents. A mixed methods participatory study

Authors Arturo Alvarez-Roldan, Juan F. Gamella, Iván Parra
Year 2018
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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50 Journal Article

Refugee and Migrant Women's Views of Antenatal Ultrasound on the Thai Burmese Border: A Mixed Methods Study

Authors Marcus J. Rijken, Francois Nosten, May Myo Thwin, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name PLoS ONE
Citations (WoS) 11
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51 Journal Article

Willingness to use ADHD treatments: A mixed methods study of perceptions by adolescents, parents, health professionals and teachers

Authors Regina Bussing, Mirka Koro-Ljungberg, Dana M. Mason, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name Social science & medicine, 2019, Vol. 222, pp. 11-19
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52 Journal Article

Mixing Methods in the Age of Migration Politics: A Commentary on Validity and Reflexivity in Current Migration Research

Authors Kenneth Horvath, Rossalina Latcheva
Year 2019
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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53 Journal Article

Racism Experiences of Urban Indigenous Women in Ontario, Canada: "We All Have That Story That Will Break Your Heart"

Authors Anita Benoit, Mona Loutfy, Saara Greene, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS POLICY JOURNAL
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54 Journal Article

The MIPEX Health strand: a longitudinal, mixed-methods survey of policies on migrant health in 38 countries

Authors David Ingleby, Roumyana Petrova-Benedict, Thomas Huddleston, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name European Journal of Public Health
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56 Journal Article

Social capital, ethnic density and mental health among ethnic minority people in England: a mixed-methods study

Authors Laia Becares, James Nazroo
Year 2013
Journal Name Ethnicity & Health
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57 Journal Article

Spiraling between qualitative and quantitative data on women's health behaviors: A double helix model for mixed methods

Authors Sheryl Mendlinger, J Cwikel
Year 2008
Journal Name QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
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58 Journal Article

A Transformative Mixed Methods Assessment of Educational Access and Opportunity for Undocumented College Students in the Southeastern United States

Authors Cassie L. Barnhardt, Kimberly Reyes, Marisol Ramos, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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59 Journal Article

Crossing National Borders in Vulnerability. The Study of Transnational Social Protection in the Global South

Authors Koen Voorend, Daniel Jose Alvarado Abarca
Year 2021
Journal Name REVISTA RUPTURAS
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60 Journal Article

The association of visit length and measures of patient-centered communication in HIV care: A mixed methods study

Authors M. Barton Laws, Ira B. Wilson, Mary Catherine Beach, ...
Year 2011
Journal Name PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
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62 Journal Article

Resilience capacity and supportive factors of compulsory education in ethnic minority families: mixed methods study of Czech Roma mothers

Authors Jana Obrovska, Katerina Sidiropulu Janku
Year 2021
Journal Name CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE
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63 Journal Article

An analysis of police traffic stops and searches in Kentucky: a mixed methods approach offering heuristic and practical implications

Authors Brian N. Williams, Michael Stahl
Year 2008
Journal Name Policy Sciences
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64 Journal Article

Dual language programs: an exploration of bilingual students’ academic achievement, language proficiencies and engagement using a mixed methods approach

Authors Janina Brutt-Griffler, Eunjee Jang
Year 2019
Journal Name International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
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65 Journal Article

"What About People Our Age?" Applying Qualitative and Quantitative Methods to Uncover How Political Ads Alienate College Students

Authors John H. Parmelee, Stephynie C. Perkins, Judith J. Sayre
Year 2007
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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66 Journal Article

Enhancing the intercultural effectiveness of exchange programmes: formal and non-formal educational interventions

Authors Joana Almeida, Nilza Costa, Alvino E. Fantini, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name Intercultural Education
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67 Journal Article

Prevalence and experiences of food insecurity among immigrant women connected to perinatal programs at a community-based organization in Edmonton, Canada

Authors Maira Quintanilha, Rhonda C. Bell, Maria J. Mayan, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care
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68 Journal Article

Crossing Borders for Health and Well-being – A mixed methods study on medical travel between Finland, Russia and Estonia. (228 000 €)

Principal investigator Laura Lyytikäinen ()
Description
Summary in English not available, Summary in Finnish: Hankkeen julkinen kuvaus: Hankkeessa tutkimme terveyttä ja terveysmatkailua Suomessa, Virossa ja Venäjällä käyttäen monia erilaisia tutkimusmenetelmiä (mixed methods). Hankkeen tutkimusprojektit lähestyvät terveysliikkuvuutta maahanmuuton ja terveysturismin näkökulmista. Tutkimme venäläis- ja virolaistaustaisten maahanmuuttajien terveyspalvelujen käyttöä Suomessa ja kotimaissaan sekä venäläisiä ja suomalaisia terveys- ja hyvinvointituristeja Suomessa ja Virossa. Kysymme kuinka käsitykset terveydestä ja hyvinvoinnista muokkautuvat rajat ylittävässä (transnational) kontekstissa ja kuinka nämä käsitykset liikkuvat ja liikuttavat terveyspalveluiden käyttäjiä pohjoisen Itämeren maiden välillä. Olemme kiinnostuneita paikan merkityksestä terveyskäsityksille – kuinka esimerkiksi Suomi määrittyy toisille terveyden turistikohteeksi ja toisille ”epäterveelliseksi” paikaksi, josta halutaan matkustaa tutumpaa, halvempaa tai parempaa palvelua tarjoavaan naapurimaahan. Hankkeemme on rohkea avaus, koska se ylittää rajoja monessa mielessä: ylittämällä metodologisia rajoja (kvalitatiivinen ja kvantitatiivinen tutkimus) sekä ammentamalla eri tieteenalojen teoriaperinteistä (sosiologia, antropologia, terveystutkimus, maantiede ja tilastotiede). Tutkimus pyrkii haastamaan käsityksiämme suomalaisesta terveysjärjestelmästä ja palvelukulttuurista maahanmuuttajien ja muiden rajoja ylittävien käyttäjien näkökulmasta. Hankkeemme on rohkea avaus, koska se ylittää rajoja monessa mielessä: ylittämällä metodologisia rajoja (kvalitatiivinen ja kvantitatiivinen tutkimus) sekä ammentamalla eri tieteenalojen teoriaperinteistä (sosiologia, antropologia, terveystutkimus, maantiede ja tilastotiede). Tutkimus pyrkii haastamaan käsityksiämme suomalaisesta terveysjärjestelmästä ja palvelukulttuurista maahanmuuttajien ja muiden rajoja ylittävien käyttäjien näkökulmasta. Työryhmän jäsenet: Kuukausiapurahan saajat: Harley Bergroth, Laura Lyytikäinen, Teemu Tapio Kemppainen, Veera Koskinen
Year 2016
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69 Project

'DOWN PAYMENTS. FOR FUTURE RETURN: THE CASE OF GHANAIAN MIGRANTS IN THE UK

Authors Leander Kandilige
Year 2017
Journal Name GHANA SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL
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70 Journal Article

Advance Consent in Japanese During Prenatal Care for Epidural Anesthesia During Childbirth

Authors Michael D. Fetters, Tetsuya Yoshioka, Grant M. Greenberg, ...
Year 2007
Journal Name Journal of Mixed Methods Research
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71 Journal Article

The Chinese and Korean American immigrant experience: a mixed-methods examination of facilitators and barriers of colorectal cancer screening

Authors Mary Y. Jung, Hee-Soon Juon, Sunmin Lee, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name Ethnicity & Health
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72 Journal Article

Food networks in migrant families: mixed methods to analyze the relationship of ingredients and food consumption strategies in Argentina

Authors Mora Castro, Giorgina Fabron, Diego Díaz Córdova
Year 2021
Journal Name Food, Culture & Society
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73 Journal Article

Comparative analysis mixed methodology and small-sided games in young soccer players

Authors Norberto Pascual Verdu, David Guillen Arino, Jose Antonio Carbonell Martinez
Year 2017
Journal Name RETOS-NUEVAS TENDENCIAS EN EDUCACION FISICA DEPORTE Y RECREACION
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74 Journal Article

Racial Inequity and Homelessness: Findings from the SPARC Study

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