Mixed methods discussion - losing my mind!

01-Aug-18, 16:52
edited about 15 seconds later
Avatar for Athena30
posted about 2 weeks ago
Can anyone point me to any thesis they have felt demonstrates a good mixed methods discussion?

I have three results chapters which have the following structure

intro- approach- findings - discussion (findings linked to conceptual framework and previous literature) - conclusion

I then intend to have an overall discussion chapter to bring all three together and discuss strengths/limitations recommendations etc.

I am currently at the discussion stage of each chapter but cannot see the wood for the trees. My topic is a social research where I have collected empirical data (surveys/interviews).

If anyone can point me to an example of a thesis that has taken this approach I would be ever so grateful!
01-Aug-18, 22:31
edited about 8 seconds later
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posted about 2 weeks ago
Have you tried googling or doing database searches with mixed methods as keywords and then narrowing down to theses? Sorry can't be of more help.
08-Aug-18, 11:00
Avatar for Athena30
posted about 1 week ago
Hi Tudor

Yes i've been through thousands of thesis in ethos- i think its just a case of not seeing the wood for the trees and needing to ride it out:)


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