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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/30092

Title: Integrative Mixed Method Data Analytic Strategies in Research on School Success in Challenging Circumstances
Authors: Jang, Eunice
McDougall, Douglas
Pollon, Dawn
Herbert, Monique
Russell, Pia
Keywords: mixed methods research
mixed methods integrative data analytic strategies
school success in challenging circumstances
concurrent mixed method
data transformation
data consolidation
case analysis
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2008
Publisher: Sage Publications
Citation: Jang, E. E., & McDougall, D. E., Herbert, M., Pollon D., & Russell, P. (2008) Integrative mixed method data analytic strategies in research on school success in challenging circumstances. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2(3), 221-247.
Series/Report no.: 10.1177/1558689808315323
Abstract: There are both conceptual and practical challenges in dealing with data from mixed methods research studies. There is a need for discussion about various integrative strategies for mixed methods data analyses. This article illustrates integrative analytic strategies for a mixed methods study focusing on improving urban schools facing challenging circumstances. The research was conducted using a concurrent mixed methods approach. The qualitative and quantitative strands of data were analyzed independently through thematic analysis of quali- tative data and factor analysis of survey data, followed by integrative data analytic proce- dures. The integrative data analytic approach included strategies such as parallel integration for member checking, data transformation for comparison, data consolidation for emergent themes, and case analysis for fine-grained descriptions of school profiles. The integrative data analysis process featured the iterative nature of mixing data sources at various points and allowed the researchers to pay attention to emergent insights made available through mixed methods research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/30092
ISSN: 1558-6898 (Print)
1558-6901 (Online)
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