The Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA) aims
to create an international community to promote interdisciplinary
mixed methods research.
The mission of the Association is to engage with the international community
to support mixed methods research, which broadly includes the following: mixing/combining/integrating quantitative and/or qualitative methods,
epistemologies, axiologies, and stakeholder perspectives and standpoints.
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.
MMIRA Benefits - PPT
2023/24 LEADERSHIP TEAM
LORAINE D. COOK
Immediate Past President
TIMOTHY C. GUETTERMAN
Pat Bazeley, UNSW Sydney (AU)
John W. Creswell, University of Nebraska
Sharlene Hesse Biber, Boston College
Burke Johnson, University of South Alabama
Beth Larson, University of Wisconsin
Donna Mertens, Gallaudet University
Cheryl Poth, University of Alberta (CA)