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online conference registration and workshops for the MMIRA 2018 Global Conference is now open

22 Aug 2018 1:44 PM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

Online conference registration and workshops for the MMIRA 2018 Global Conference is now open here 

Also at  http://mmira2018.univie.ac.at

Conference will take place in Vienna, Austria (August 22-24 and workshops August 24-25)


*Early bird registration fees are available until April 30, 2018 

* Deadline for presenters to register is May 31, 2018

*MMIRA members receive 10% discount on conference registration 

 

Take a workshop from the following experts on these important topics!

·       Elizabeth Creamer| Fully Integrated Mixed Method Research Approaches

·       Jennifer Greene| Meeting the Challenges of “Voice” inWriting up theResults of Mixed Methods Social Inquiry

·       John Creswell| Embedding Mixed Methods Research into Experiments

·       Johnson, Tucker, McLain, Ivatt, Onwuegbuzie, Icenogle| Applying Dialectical Pluralism in Mixed Methods Research

·       Pat Bazeley| Integrating Mixed Methods Analyses

·       Donna Mertens |Mixed Methods Design as a Tool to Enhance Social Justice

·       Mike Fetters| Meet the Editor of the Journal of Mixed Methods Research

·       Tony Onwuegbuzie and John Hitchcock| Advanced Mixed Analyses

·       Udo Kuckartz| Mixed Methods Data Analysis with MAXQDA (Featuring Joint Displays) 

·       Vicki Plano Clark and Peggy Shannon-Baker| Navigating Mixed Methods Research: Connecting the Field of Mixed Methods to Your Research Practices

·       Dominik Froehlich and Jasperina Brouwer| Introduction to (Mixed Method) Social Network Analysis

·       Floryt van Wesel |Conducting a Mixed Studies Review

·       Kathy Collins and Cheryl Poth| An Integrated Approach to Designing a Mixed Methods Research Course: Applicable for Face-to-Face and Online Settings

·       Nataliya Ivankova and Ivan Herbey| Using Mixed Methods with Community-Based Participatory Action Research to Facilitate a Meaningful Change

·       Sharlene Hesse-Biber| Qualitative Approaches to Mixed Methods Research Inquiry: Design & Analysis 

 


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