Introduction This section contains recommendations for materials that will help in understanding  methodological pluralism, the intention being to   improve monomethod research through the use of multiple data, methods, methodologies, and paradigms.

In the behavioral, social, business, and health sciences, this approach has become popular as ‘mixed methods research’.


Wikipedia. Multimethodology.
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Cresswell, J. 2006. Understanding Mixed Methods Research.
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Creswell , John W. 1997.  Qualitative inquiry and research design : choosing among five traditions. SAGE|  pdf  |  weblink  |  review  |

NIH. Best Practices for Mixed Methods Research in the Health Sciences
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Bulsara, Caroline. Undated. Using a Mixed Methods Approach to Enhance and Validate Your Research.
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Creswell, J. W. 2003. Research Design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
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Cross, N. and Cross, A. 1995. ‘Observations of teamwork and social processes in design’. Design Studies. 1995(16): 143 – 170.
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