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Mixed-Methods-Designs

  • Margrit Schreier
  • Gerald Echterhoff
Part of the Springer-Lehrbuch book series (SLB)

Zusammenfassung

Im Zuge der zunehmenden Verwendung von Mixed-Methods-Designs wurden vielfach Vorschläge zur Systematisierung der verschiedenen Designvarianten vorgelegt. Im Folgenden sollen zunächst einige ausgewählte Systematisierungsvorschläge für Mixed- Methods- und Mixed-Model-Designs dargestellt werden, die zugleich Kriterien einer Methodenkombination verdeutlichen. Anschließend werden einige ausgewählte Designs anhand von Beispielen näher erläutert (◘ Abb. 10.1).

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  • Margrit Schreier
  • Gerald Echterhoff

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