See below for:
Information about the Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA)
Notices regarding upcoming conferences and meetings of relevance to mixed methods researchers
Links to articles on mixed methods research (primarily focusing on integration of analyses) published by Pat Bazeley
The Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA) has been established with the aim of creating an international community to promote and support interdisciplinary mixed methods research. MMIRA seeks to engage with a broad set of approaches in the service of understanding complex social, behavioral, health, educational, and political concerns related to the human condition and natural world. Our vision includes bringing together diverse communities of scholars, students, practitioners, policymakers, citizens, and other stakeholders, with the goals of expanding knowledge and producing social betterment and social and global justice.
Membership fees have been modestly set at $50/year for a regular membership, $20 per year for students/emeritus/retired members, $5.00/year for students/professors/citizens in developing nations, and an institutional membership for $100/year.
To join the MMIRA, go to the http://MMIRA.org and complete the registration form.
June 19, Philadelphia PA: MMIRA Regional Conference at Drexel University, College of Nursing and Health Professions. Improbable dialogues: Interprofessional mixed methods research collaborations Keynote: John Creswell. Conference chair: Nancy Gerber, Co-chair: Joke Bradt. Further info: http://mmira.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
August 2-3, San Antonio, TX: MMIRA Regional conference hosted by the Lifelong Learning Centre in the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Engaging Patients in Health Care Systems: A Pragmatic, Mixed Methods Approach.
September 19-20, Sendai Japan: MMIRA Regional Conference at Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, in association with Japan Association for Qualitative Psychology
Forthcoming: Bazeley, P. Writing up multimethod and mixed methods research for diverse audiences, in S. N. Hesse-Biber & R. B. Johnson (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of multimethod and mixed methods research.
Bazeley, P. (2012). Integrative analysis strategies for mixed data sources. American Behavioral Scientist, 56(6), 814-828. (submitted copy)
Bazeley, P., & Kemp, L. (2012). Mosaics, triangles, and DNA: metaphors for integrated analysis in mixed methods research. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 6(1), 55-72 (submitted copy)
Bazeley, P. (2010). Computer assisted integration of mixed methods data sources and analyses. In A. Tashakkori & C. Teddlie (Eds.) Handbook of mixed methods research for the social and behavioral sciences, 2nd edition (pp. 431-467). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Bazeley, P. (2009). Integrating analyses in mixed methods research [Editorial]. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 3(3), 203-207.
Bazeley, P. (2009). Mixed methods data analysis. In E. Halcomb & S. Andrew (Eds.), Mixed methods research for nursing and the health sciences (pp. 84-118). UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
Bazeley, P. (2008). Software tools and the development of multiple and mixed methods research [Epilogue], International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 2(1), 127-132.
Bazeley, P. (2008). Mixed methods in management research. In R. Thorpe & R. Holt (Eds.), The SAGE Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research, London: Sage, 133-136. (working copy)
Bazeley, P. (2006). The contribution of computer software to integrating qualitative and quantitative data and analyses, Research in the Schools, 13(1), 64-74. Available at: http://www.msera.org/rits_131.htm Reprinted in in Vogt, W. P. (Ed., 2008). Selecting Research Methods (Vol. 4, pp. 1-16). London: Sage.
Bazeley, P. (2004). Issues in mixing qualitative and quantitative approaches to research. In R. Buber, J. Gadner, & L. Richards (Eds.), Applying qualitative methods to marketing management research. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 141-156. (working copy)
Bazeley, P. (2003). Computerized data analysis for mixed methods research. In A. Tashakkori & C. Teddlie (Eds.), Handbook of mixed methods in social and behavioral research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 385-422.
Bazeley, P. (2003). Teaching mixed methods. Qualitative Research Journal, 3 (Special Issue), 117-126. Available at : ( )
Bazeley, P. (1999). The bricoleur with a computer: Piecing together qualitative and quantitative data. Qualitative Health Research, 9(2), 279-287. (submitted copy)
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