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This book provides a brief introduction to mixed research methods for applied researchers working in technology, marketing, communications, or market research.
Kindle Edition, 106 pages
Published May 31st 2019
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Marcela
Oct 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
Short but mind-expanding

This was both down to earth and intellectual at the same time. I would say it’s written at the graduate school level since it assumes you know the difference between deductive/inductive and constructivist/objectivist. I will have to read it again before I can say I get it but I definitely felt like my brain got a workout by reading this—in a good way.
Liz
Oct 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Concise while providing illustrative examples, and articulates what every successful researcher needs to know. It's a great read for even the most experienced research as Ladner's explanations will empower you with new language to explain concepts. ...more
Plof
Apr 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
Explains in clear terms the fundamental differences between quant/qual methods and how they can be used together by practitioners. Brings to the fore the real value of the qualitative method in data analysis. Short and interesting read.
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Livro excelente!!! Conciso e precisamente escrito na medida certa entre profundo e técnico, e objetivo. Sam nos mostra ótimos argumentos do porque misturar/ combinar métodos quali e quanti. Sam deixa o texto extremamente rico e gostoso de ser lido para ajudar o pesquidador a ampliar seus argumentos sobre processos de pesquisa. Nao é um guia how-to, mas why-now.

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Sam Ladner is a sociologist who researches the intersection of work, technology, and organizations. She has worked at major technology companies including Microsoft and Amazon, creating real-world technology products. She received her PhD in sociology from York University, served as Postdoctoral Fellow at Ryerson University’s School of Information Technology Management. She is also the author of P ...more

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